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WALTHAM 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



1990 Mirror 

Waltham High School 

6 1 7 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 02 154 

Volume LXXXVII 



THE DECADE 



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THE, DECADE 




altham High has brought to us many great 
years and in looking back I smile through my 
tears. This special place has an unoriginal name 
but it's not like any other, it's not the same. 
The goals we have reached, friends we've met, 
the dreams still ahead, the path is now set. Our 
days have come and gone so very fast but in our 
hearts, they'll always last. 

Graduation is only a way of breaking from the 
old dreams while we begin anew, with not just an 
end, but a beginning too. 

The class of '90 is undoubtedly the best, embracing a 
new decade will be our test. The mark we have made 
can never be erased, our legacy will live on and can 
never be replaced. 

Although this means goodbye, it's not a real end. 
Time goes on and on and a friend is always a friend. 
Where have we learned, lived and laughed; need we 
guess? As I look around I know it's our dear WHS. 











Our beloved Mrs. Langley and Mr. McQovern 




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Left-Robin Quaranto and John 




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^row-John Maloney. Billy Jasukow. Jason Sergeant. John Qobbl loth NogDL and 

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Left-Monica Pandolfi. 

Above-sitting-Mrs. Johanne Mclvor and Mr. Paul McGovern. 

Standing-Mr. Joseph Salvo, Carla Salvucci, Melissa Hegger, and David Demerjian. 

Bottom left-Eric Hoffman (Frankenstein), Darren Waggoner (Tonto), and Chris Shaw 
(Tarzan). 

Below-Matt Goldberg. 



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Left (bottom) Lenny Cotugno, Maria Santolucito, and Michelle Giordano. Top- 
Stacy Annese, Tina DiBlasi, and Lisa Williams. 

Above-Matt Tai. 

Bottom left-Mr. Paul McQovern. 

Below-sitting-Ryan Carrafiello, Carlo Cimino, Scott Lanno, Mike Chiasson, Phil 
Lasker, Larry Linscott, and Bill Keane. Standing-Paul Chiasson, Mike Jackson. 
Ken Walsh, Bob Pouliot, and Dave Maione. 




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Above-front row-Michelle Croteau, Meredith Lobo, Monique Leger, and Julie Rando. Middle row-Don 
Davidson, Steve Harris, Julie Kohler, Qlenna Wood, Mr. Young, Maura Murphy, and Kelly Nee. Back 
row-Chad Champeon, Jim Castoldi, Stephanie LeBlanc, Sandra Maione, and Adham Elkamouny. 

Right-Susan Frost and Cori Chiara. 

Below-Maura Murphy and Shawn Souza. 

Bottom right-Adham Elkamouny, Matt Tai, and Steve Turpin. 





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Above-Lauren Ferrazzani, Denise Richard, Robin Vallerand, Marcia Utley, Debbie Doiron, Stacey Lorette, 
and Lesli Lane. 9 

Top right-Laura Magazu and Ed Power. 

Below-front row-Amy Ward, Sue Verrone, and Stacy Annese. Back row-John Maloney, John Qobbi, and 
Keith Mogan. 

Right-Carole Bastarache and Kerri Hill. 




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Above-Mike T. Chiasson. 

Top right-Amy Jordan, Denise Messina, and Lauren Lucchette. 

Below-Sandra Maione, Susie Santos, Julie Bolles, Lauren Eaton, and Jennifer 
Arcese. 

Bottom right-Dawn Livoli. 




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DOMINATING 

THE.DECADE 




we, the graduating class of 1990, 
begin our journey beyond these hallowed 
halls, these much-dreaded classrooms and 
masses of books, we must ponder and look 
back for a moment. We reflect on our ac- 
complishments at W.H.S. and our numerous 
involvements in our infamous dances, fund- 
raisers, rallies, academic organizations and 
clubs, sports and community service pro- 
grams. We remember all too well the famil- 
iarity and sense of security we felt. We would 
like to share with you now within the pages 
of this special yearbook the pride and nur- 
turing of four years complete with victories, 
defeats, smiles and tears. We pass through 
these doors for the very last time knowing 
we have come full circle, yet ready to em- 
brace the challenges ahead of us, we are a 
better person having been a member of the 
very special family that represents W.H.S. 



SENIORS 



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John Ahlman 

88 Woerd Avenue 



Christine Allain 



Antonio Allia 

15 Plympton Street 



Cesar Alvarado 

20 Brookway Court 




Denise Arena 

162 Charles Street 



Kenneth Arsenault 

166 Felton Street 



Michael Ashe 

124 Massasoit Street 



Timothy Aucoin 

25 Flood Street 



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Gerard Auguste 

25D Dermody Road 



Daniel Babin 

25 Barnes Street 



Joanne Barba 

227 Robbins Street 



Francoise Barthold 

141 Lowell Street 



Patrick Barthold 

141 Lowell Street 



Anne Margaret Basile 

46 Midland Drive 



Salvatore Barba 

227 Robbins Street 




Carole Bastarache 

20 Robbins Street 




Deena Batarseh 

138 Myrtle Street 



Patricia Bellini 

2b Lake Street 



Philip Benoit 

15 Thayer Road 



Darnell Berdorf 

W Adam-. Sticet 



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Julie Bolles 

165 Lura Lane 



Mark Boulton 

480 Lexington Street 



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Nicole Bouchard 

34 School Street 



"Oh my God, I passed. 
Julie Kohler 




Lisa Bourque 

63 Myrtle Street 



Steven Brackesy 

99 Myrtle Street 



Wayne Brasco 

91 Orange Street 







Karen Braunert 

50 Everett Street 



Justin Brown 

183 Ash Street 



Kathleen Burke 

41 Bowker Road 



Kelly Brazil 

11 Montview Circle 



Matthew Brennan 

145 Dale Street 



Sharon Bruce 

40 Seminole Avenue 



Tracy Bullerwell 

113 Taylor Street 



Amy Calabufalo 

64 Guinan Street 



Grace Calore 

120 Weston Street 



Cynthia Breton 

24 Midland Drive 




Brendan Burke 

pi Clematis Avenue 




Maura Campbell 

52 Cleveland Road 



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Lizbeth Cardona 

123 Charles Street 



Ryan Carrafiello 

380 Forest Street 



A. James Castoldi 

146 Clark Street 



Tracy Catapano 

19 Endicott Street 



Kristin Carson 

76 Copeland Street 




Chad Champeon 

195 Grove Street 




Christopher Casey 

20 Lincoln Circle 




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David Chang 

5 Chester Lane 



Steven Sap Chang 

5 Chester Lane 



Argishti Chaparian 

38 Brewster Road 



David Chevalier 

93 Francis Street 



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Corinne Chiara 

265 Lowell Street 



Mary N. Cineas 

28 Cross Street 



Michael D. Chiasson 

18 Munroe Avenue 



Michael T. Chiasson 

185 Hammond Street 



Paul Chiasson 

18 Munroe Avenue 




Shirley Collette 

2 Emery Street 



Jeannette Colon 

99 Bedford Mteet 



Catherine Connor 

ISA Grant Street 



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Lucie Contos 

128 Beal Road 



Shawn Corcoran 

56 Irving Street 



Lisa Cotton 

11 Whittier Avenue 



Dawn Conzo 

66 Princeton Avenue 



Janice Coppi 

109 Marivista Avenue 



Karen Corkum 

73 Berkley Street 



Brian Cormier 

92 Brown Street 



Victoria Coppola 

65 Hawthorne Road 




Nancy Cotto 

6 Hall Street 




Leonard Cotugno 

5 Fairfax Road 



John Cowie 

28 Rumford Avenue 



Michelle Croteau 

255 South Street 



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Robin Curry 

265 Beal Road 





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'Where did you pick that babe up?' 
Adham El-Kamouny 



Mary Delaney 

20 Charlotte Road 



Donald Davidson 




Sheila Delano 

33 Robbins Street 




Leanne DeLuco 

58 Lakeview Avenue 



David Denier jian 

105 Hatherly Road 



Brenda Demers 

80 Elson Road 



Linda Deveaux 
o: Llletv Road 



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Debra De Vincent 

15 Banford Way 



Kerri DiMauro 



Evelyn Diana 

83 Pine Street 



Tina DiBlasi 

93 Parmenter Road 



Debra Doiron 

109 Weord Avenue 



Kenneth Donis 

19 Daniels Court 



Danyelle DiGregorio 

704 Beaver Street 




Tara Donovan 

12 Sunset Road 




Todd Donovan 

16 Palmer Street 



Carolyn Dougherty 

97 Hawthorne Road 



Christopher Dougherty 

97 Hawthorne Road 



Brian Duncan 

1110 Main Street 



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Lauren Eaton 

282 Hardy Road 



Consie English 

33 John Street 



Adham ElKamouny 

4806 Stearns Hill Road 



Marilyn Elysse 

251 Charles Street 



Mich eh Ealzone 

56 Hardy Pond Road 



Dawn Famosi 

651 Trapelo Road 



Jennifer Englehart 

23 Edwin Road 




Diana Famosi 

651 Trapelo Road 




Susan Faugno 

58 Parmenter Road 



Scott Feltman 

116 Colonial Avenue 



Michael Fernandes 

84 Goldencrest Avenue 



Candido A Fernandez 

141 Grove Street 



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Lauren Ferrazzani 

64 Rosemont Avenue 




Debra Fitzgerald 

34 Brookfield Road 




'God, I love this place'.' 
Paul Chiasson 




Christopher Fisher 

21 Maple Street 




Roseann Foley 

98 Princeton Avenue 




Kevin Forbes 

12 Windsor Terrace 



Fa brio Fragale 

112 High Street 



Sean Fraser 

23 Robbins Street 



Michelle Fredette 

35 Cambria Road 



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Joseph Frenna 

90 Grant Street 



Donald Frost 

33 Wheelock Road 



Susan L Frost 

32 Graymore Road 




Cassandra Galette 

15A Dermody Road 



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Mark Gallagher 

10 Greenwood Lane 



Melissa Galvin 

59 Montclair Avenue 




Jennifer Gandolfo 

104 Clark Lane 



Michelle Garside 

15 Carlin Road 



Louis Gatti 

111 Pond End Road 



Brian 

42 Alderj 






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Lourcie Genece 

76 Hammond Street 



Romann Genece 



Thomas Genova 



Dana Gillis 

139 Hardy Pond Road 



Michelle Giordano 

74 Morton Street 



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Peter Gigliotti 

164 Pigeon Lane 




Nicole Glass 

273 River Street 




honcalves 

Hill Circle 



Julie Gorman 

21 Florence Road 



Nancy Gosselin 

152 Brown Street 




Robert Gosselin 

39 Winthrop Street 



George Gurney 

7 Flood Street 



Kathleen Grant 

110 Hillcrest Road 



Kathleen Green 

24 Dix Street 



Raedah Haddad 

118 Myrtlt Street 



Christopher Hadge 

112 Stearns Hill Road 



Jennifer Griffin 

20 Friend Street 




Kimberly Harrington 

208 Mokema Avenue 




Seth Harris 

54 Circle Drive 




Steven Harris 

1 Upland Road 



F. Paul Hartenstein 

25 Summit Avenue 



Trisha Hefner 

4ol M.nn Street 



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Melissa Hegger 

58 Tomlin Street 



Dianne Hietsch 

52 Hillcroft Road 



"The Dynamic Duo" 
Dave Demerjian and Patty Bellini 



Kerri Hill 

35 Willow Street 




Donna Hoffman 

410 Lincoln Street 




Walter Hoyt III 

154 Myrtle Street 




Tara Hughes 

1205 Trapelo Road 



Dina Iannuzzo 

60 Warren Street 



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David Illsley 

46 Crestview Road 



Eric Jasukow 

33 Robbins Street 



Michael Jackson 

57 Dartmouth Street 



Christopher Jacovides 

66 Loretta Road 



Samira Jean Louis 

90 Church Street 



Ralph Jerauld 

958 Trapelo Road 



Cassandra J a mis 

91 Washington Avenue 




Amy Jordan 

53 Edwin Road 




David Kachajian 

19 Rutledge Terrace 



Caroline Kalfayan 

1 Drury Lane 



William Keane 

65 Trimount Avenue 



Brian Kelly 

39 Hobbi Ko.kI 



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Lisa Kett 

65 Milner Street 



Lily Kouyoumdjian 

77 Crescent Street 



Matthew Kiernan 

340 Lexington Street 



Julie Kohler 

11 Sunset Road 



Nicole Lally 

1 Joyce Road 



Matthew Lampasona 

36 Marianne Road 



Lisa Kolosiej 

9 Moore Street 




Lesli Ann Lane 

47 Parmenter Road 




Scott Lanno 

60 Woodcliff Drive 



Emmanuella Lapaix 

64 Bacon Street 



Phillip Lasker 

91 Candlewood Drive 



Lisa Lawdis 

15 Albert Street 



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Danielle LeBlanc 

70 Silver Hill Lane 



Stephanie LeBlanc 

42 Eddy Street 



Lisa M. LeBlanc 

53R Calvary Street 



Michele LeBrun 

9 Montview Circle 



Michael LeBlanc 

22 Cheryl Lane 



Shawn LeBlanc 

15 Cedarwood Avenue 




Mary Leger 

28 Craig Lane 



Monique Leger 

106 Overland Road 




Brendan Legros 

12 Richgrain Avenue 



Sharon Legrow 

41 Cheryl Lane 



Kathryn Lenza 

87 Beal Road 



Marsha N. Lespinasse 

•» Lyman Terr.*. 



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Iris Libertini 

118 Sherbourne Place 



Nicole Lingos 

178 Forest Street 



Lawrence Linscott 

23 Hartwell Street 



Dawn Livoli 

135 Summer Street 




Peek-a-Boo!" 
Mike Silva 



Candace Luce 

151 South Street 



Lauren Luchette 

119 Winter Street 



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Kris Lussier 

87 Francis Street 



Sheila MacLeod 

13 Everett Street 



Susan Luvisi 

422 Waverly Oaks Road 



Keri MacDonald 

131 Lincoln Street 



Laura Magazu 

71 Villa Street 



Sergio Mag no 

50 Harrington Road 



Tracy Maclver 

162 Russell Street 




Susan Maguire 

14 Trimount Avenue 




Denise Mail let 

18 Brown Street 



David Maione 

112 Totten Pond Road 



Sandra Maione 

22o Totten Pond Road 



Joanne Manning 

64 Orange Street 



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Nancy Martin 

64 Berkley Street 



Kathleen Mazzola 

24 Birch Road 



Joseph McBride 

307 School Street 



Christian McCullough Maryann McKenna Phillip Melanson 

34 Wheelock Road 28 Gilbert Street 1695 Trapelo Road 



Scott McCue 

36 Fiske Avenue 




Denise Messina 

110 Candlewood Drive 







Melissa Met all ides 

91B Cushing Street 



Absu Methratta 

41 Wamsutta Avenue 



Kristina Meuse 

63 Lyman Street 



Shane Milligan 

217 Calvary Street 



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Kevin Mogan 

109 South Street 



Robert Moody 

349 Newton Street 



Caroline Mojica 

34B Hansen Road 



Kristina Mola 

224 Doty Street 



David Moores 

1205 Trapelo Road 



John Moran 

50 Mt. Walley Road 



Shelly Mosca 

31 Brigham Road 



Maura Murphy 

175 Brown Street 



Nicola Musto 

15A Grant Street 



Brian Monahan 

86 Candlewood Drive 




Sheryl Morrissette 

83 Maravista Avenue 




Kelly Nee 

31 Arcadia Avenue 



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Denisse Nevarez 

157 Summer Street 




Edward O'Neill 

82 Lawrence Street 




John O'Brien 

119 Plympton Street 



Kristen O'Byrne 

20 Orchard Avenue 




'Taking a time out' 
Brian Monahan 



Mary O'Connell 

58 Myrtle Street 




Jonathan O'Neill 

12 Hatherly Road 




Lori O'Neill 

82 Lawrence Street 



James Owens 

4 Chester Lane 



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Monica Pandolfi 

638 Trapelo Road 



Crystal Parent 

29 Mc Kenn Street 



Kevin Parent 

180 Pine Hill Circle 



Lisa Pa rise 

85 Rich Street 




Robin Parmenter 

213 Dale Street 



Amitkumar Patel 

45 Myrtle Street 



Anand Patel 

48 Hollace Street 



Kashmira Patel 

•IS Hollace Street 




Mina N. Patel 

41 Walnut Street Apt 18 



Benjamin Peal 

59 Summit Street 



Debora Peloquin 

240 Seminole Avenue 



Sompbet Phongsavanh 

173 Willow Street Apt p 



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Jonathan Pineau 

94 Hibiscus Avenue 



Joyce Poirier 

12 Woodlawn Avenue 



Marisa Pizzi 

29 Seminole Avenue 



Paula Poirier 

3 Hiawatha Avenue 



Christine Poirier 

27 Central Street 



Robert Pouliot 

185 Brown Street 



James Poirier 

269 River Street 




Edward Power 

12 Shore Road 




Jessica Power 

211 Adams Street 



Michael Prifti 

165 Marguerite Avenue 



Steven Puglielli 

57 Lauricella Lane 



Robin Qua ran to 

9 Carol Lane 



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Julie Rando 

93 Bedford Street 



Carrie Ranelli 

1122 Trapelo Road 



Brian Reagan 

25 Sunset Road 



Wendy Recine 

80 Gregory Street 




Jacqueline Rivera 

290 South Street 



Kristen Roberts 

112 Virginia Road 



Melanie Rogers 

250 Putnam Street 



Kara Rooney 

130 Praspccl Hill 



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Lydia Rosado 

20 Gardner Street 



Peter Russo 

80 Smith Street 



Christopher Ryan 

11 Bright Street 



Kevin Ryan 

208 Warren Street 




Oh my!" - Kara Rooney 



Carla Salvucci 

24 Bancroft Street 



Jean Babtiste Sanon 

93 High Street 



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Rony Sanon 

32 Curtis Street 



Minerva Santa 

5A Dermody Road 




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William Scl 

66 Mayall 




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Michael Silva 

10 Munroe Avenue 



Derrick Sm 

30 Sterling Ri 



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Janet Stolowski 

17 Lord Street 



Sheryl A Stone 

154 Hardy Pond Road 




In Sutherland 

Craft Street 



Edward Sylvestre 

118 Amherst Avenue 




nelle Taranto 

Copley Avenue 



Elizabeth Taylor 

14A Wellington Street 







Stacy Marie Teele 

106 Plympton Street 




Carmen Alicia Torres 

8 Mechanic Street 



Andrea Lyn Thomi 

75 Mokema Avenue 




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Marcia Utley 

1 Bellevue Street 



Peter Vaccaro 

111 Whitman Road 






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ennifer Vautour 

22 Ellery Road 



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fjnard Street 



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Javier Vega 

73 Chester Lane 




Richard Vittum 

73 Hobbs Road 




Amy Ward 

15 Shawmut Road 



David Weeks 

54 Miriam Road 




Kimberly Wilson 

145A Felton Street 



William Withycombe 

25 Grosvenor Road 



Glenna Wood 

66 Pinewood Avenue 



Amanda Young 

78 Warwick Avenue 







Nancy A. Young 

139 Sheffield Road 



Linda Za garni 

20 Ellsworth Road 



Minelva Zed a 

14 Grant PI 



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Go ahead- make my day.'' -Jim Castoldi 



Hello, Dominoes ..." -Danyelle DiQregorio 




"Leader of the pack.'' -Sandra Maione 



Quick- what's the quadratic formula?'' -Yves Charles 



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Computer whiz.'' -Argishti Chaparian 



Male bonding.'' -Mike Jackson and Carlo Cimino 





"The jocks at the books.'' -Steve Puglielli and Justin Brown 



"Bosom buddies. " -George Qumey and Cassandra Jamis 




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"Speak to me, sweetheart, speak to me." (top 
left) Mike Smith and Joe Frenna 

"Aah, sucker!" (above) Mike Gill 

"Where's your smile, Nicola?" (middle) Nicola 
Musto and Michelle Falzone 




"I get the point." (bottom left) Melissa Metal- 
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"Hey, Mr. Sandman ..." (bottom right) Chris 
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Friends forever, (top left) Meredith I obo 
and Debbie Fitgerald 

Rdax- it's only gym class, (top right) Da- 
vid Chang 

The Three Amigos. (bottom left left to 
right) Scott Lanno. Scott r'cltman Jim t'oir- 
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Smile pretty for the camera, (above) Kerri 
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The next Wayne Gretsky." -Paul Chiasson 



It's Guy Smiley!'' -Matthew Tai 



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A class in a trance.'' (left to right) Sharon Bruce, Dawn Conzo, and Steve Brackesy 




"Aren't my nails beautiful?' - (top left) Micole Lingos 

"never mind the explanations, Julie, just let me copy it." 
(top right) Mark Gallagher and Julie Rando 

"This is how Piccasso got started.'' (middle) Vahe Nigogho- 
sian 

"I got a WHAT?!" (bottom left) Tina DiBlasi 

"Are you always this happy, or are you just posing?" (bot- 
tom right) Mary Delaney and Kathy Mazzola 





THE DEC AD 




William Greenwood 



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he time spent at the Waltham Vocational 
High School has probably been the best four 
years of our lives, because at the "Voc." we 
are not just students and teachers; we are 
family. Family is when the students and 
teachers join together for a cause, like saving 
the "Voc." from being closed, collecting well 
over two thousand cans for the poor last 
year, or making the "Voc." a better place to 
be, which we owe mostly to our Director, 
Mrs. Marsha McDonough, who has brought 
new spirit and vitality to our school. We have 
grown as young men and women, who made 
the choice to learn a trade and go out into 
the world to serve our community in what- 
ever field we chose to pursue. 



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I knew this should have been a door!" - Paul Chattier 



Paul Chart ier 

207 Chestnut Street 



Tina Dorneden 

93A Cushing Street 




Joseph Dowcett 

48 Hayes Road 



Brian Dupuis 

145 Ash Street 



Candy Fiorentino 

19 Auburn Street 



Ralph Fiorentino 

19 Auburn Street 



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John Maloney 

5 Pelham Street 



Jody McGM 

294 South Street 



Robert Menendez 

8 William- Street 



Luis Negron 

2-1.1 PrOSped Hill lane 



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Darren Norman 

19 Sharon Street 



Eric Pineda 

87 Cushing Street 



Mary Rogers 

50 Calvary Street 



Val Russo 

393 Newton Street 




Wilson Sanchez 

22F Dermody Road 



Jason Sergeant 

48 Lake Street 



Carlos Torres 

24E Prospect Hill Lane 



Michael Vallerand 

47 Auburn Street 




21 Hollace Street 

Striking out"(right) Tom Jones pre 
pares some framing. 



Future house wreckers " - Bottom (L to R) Steven Velis. 
Joseph Dowcett, Paul Chartier, Stephen Caissie. Top 
John Qobbi and William Gallant. 




Yes, I am thirsty!" (above) Jason Sergeant 
Future Larry Bird" (right) Wilson Sanchez 
Enjoying Lunch" (far right) Candy Fiorentino 






The Voc Crew" (above) 
"Mow is this pose? (right) 




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"Don't look at me like that!'' (top left) Val Russo 
"You shouldn't talk with your mouth full" (top right) Mary Rogers 
"Only six months until graduation!'' (above) Joe Dowceu 
"Just call me Frankenstein" (right) Jason Sergeant 




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"I will fix this machine!" (top left) Mary Rogers 

"Break time" (top right) Jason Sergeant 

"I love my work" (right) Robert Menedez 

"What are you looking at?" (above) Stephen Caissie 




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he Waltham High School and Vocational 
Faculty have seen the seniors grow and 
mature over the four years spent together. 
We, the students, have worked toward our 
individual potentials, our personal goals, 
and have come closer and closer toward 
attaining them through the inexhaustible 
energies of our teachers. Without talented 
and caring faculty members, the class of 90 
would now be facing futures that we would 
not be prepared to make the most of and 
opportunities we would not be able to seize. 
Our teachers have shown their dedication 
outside of the classroom as well in attending 
our annual WHS events. They've cheered for 
our sports teams, been to our rallies, the 
Homecoming Parade, Gong Show, Dance 
Theatre, the Senior Revue and ultimately, 
our Graduation. They have been our in- 
structors, coaches and our friends. Thank 
you for your patience and knowledge 
throughout ouryears at Waltham High School. 



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1 990 Yearbook Dedication 




Co-Editor Carla Salvucci, Co-Editor David Demerjian, Senior House- 
master Paul J. McQovern, and Co-Editor Melissa Hegger. 



It is our pleasure to dedicate the 1990 Mirror to Mr. Paul McQovern, a man who has greatly 
influenced each and every one of us in his own special way. He is a former student of Waltham 
High School. Having graduated in 1966, Mr. McQovern went on to Westfield State College 
where her graduated in 1970 with a B.A. in History. From Fitchburg State College in 1978 he 
received a Masters in education, with emphasis in educational leadership and management. 

Mr. McGovern then began his career with the Waltham School Department in 1971, when he 
became a History teacher at South Junior High School. He also coached South's Basketball 
team. Mr. McQovern then went on to become the Assistant Principal of South Middle School. 
He has been the Head Coach of the Waltham High School Football team for eight years, and 
was an assistant coach for nine years prior to that. Fortunately for us, he came to Waltham 
High in September of 1987 to take over the job of our housemaster. He has touched all our 
lives in ways he will never know. 



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1990 Yearbook Dedication 




Co-Editor Melissa Hegger, Co-Editor Carla Salvucci, Mrs. Johanne H. 
Mclvor, and Co-Editor David Demerjian 



Waltham High School is fortunate to have many outstanding teachers, and this educator is 
no exception. After graduating from The University of Michigan, this woman began teaching in 
Walthams Elementary Schools. Her innovative and imaginative teaching methods soon gained 
her the respect of her fellow teachers as well as her superiors. After six years at South Middle 
School, she came to the High School, where she took over the demanding job of choral 
director. 

Once at the High School, she quickly went to work. With the help of her husband Bill, she 
created Walthams award winning jazz choir, which competes each year at UNH. Under her 
direction Walthams show choir became one of the best on the East Coast, and has competed 
in NYC, Washington D.C., Chicago, and Europe. 

People who have worked with this woman know that she is more than just a teacher, she is 
also a friend. She will take her own free time and use it to talk with a student who has a 
problem, whatever that problem may be. She has given up countless evenings with her family 
to have rehearsals with her choral groups, and she is constantly striving to make her students 
work harder. This woman has made teaching a total commitment, not just a part time job. The 
staff of the Waltham High School Mirror is delighted to dedicate the 1990 yearbook to Mrs. 
Johanne H. Mclvor. 



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CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 






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John J. Daddona 

Superintendent of Schools 



Dr. Emile Rosenberg 

Assistant Superintendent 
of Schools 





Dr. Alan Aymes 

Director of Educational 
Programs 



Dr. Kongsuk Mantakara 

Administrative Aid 



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John Graceffa 

Principal 



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Vice Principal 





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Paul McGovern 

Senior Housemaster 



Norman MacDonald 

Junior Housemaster 




Thomas Neylon 

Sophomore Housemaster 



Deirdre McCormack 

Freshman Housemaster 



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Ann Bennet 

English 



Leslie Blair 

Foreign Language 



Julie Blanchard 

Dir. of Fine Arts 



Lotte Blustein 

Media Specialist 




Charlotte Boisseau 

Special Education 




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Marie Case 

Science 



Marion Campbell 

Secretary 



Thomas Cappucci 

Business 



Helen Castros 

Physical Education 



Paul Cerqua 

Reading 



John Carberry 

Chapter I 




Marie Olianie Cethoute 

Aide 





Linda Charbonnier 

Special Education 



John Clifford 

Guidance 



Mary Cochran 

Social Studies 



Doris Colegrove 

Social Studies 




Elizabeth Collins 

Social Studies 



John Collins 

Math 



Joseph Connelly 

Social Studies 



Paula Connelly 

Special Education 



Richard Collins 

English 




Rob( 

Physical Education 



Virginia Connearney 

Media Specialist 




Katherine Corcoran 

Guidance 




Odette Cormier 

Secretary 



Janet Costa 

Social Studies 



Jack Cox 

Social Studies 



Lois Crandall 
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Jean Cremmen 

Special Education 



Joseph D'Amico 

Social Studies 



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Foreign Language 




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Foreign Language 




Gerri Dean 

Substitute 



Paul DeMeo 

English 



Claudette Delaney 

Guidance 



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Math 





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Math 



John Dorsey 

English 



Daniel Doyle 

Business 



William Dugan 

ROTC 




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Thomas Dumas 

Dir. of Music 



Irene Dunbar 

Secretary 



Robert Eagle 

Dir. of English 



Jane Eccles 

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William Egan 
Industrial Arts 



Donna Fairbanks 
Social Studies 



Joseph Tallo 

Science 



Judith Ferolito 

Murse 




Sarah Qiacolone 

Guidance 


Felix Giardina 

Audio Visual 


Beverly Giblin 

Math 


Kathleen Giorgio 

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Social Studies 



Paul Grady 

Math 



Steve Grant 

Science 



Thomas Grinnell 

Substitute 




Thomas Harkins 
Library 



William Harrington 

Dir. of Math 



Martha Heaton 

English 



Bernard Hickey 

Special Education 




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Eleanor Hummel 

Math 



Patrick Hurley 

Math 



Alan Jacobson 

Guidance 



John Kadzis 

Math 






Anna Kefalas 

English 



Jane Kiesling 

Special Education 



Helen Klim 

Special Education 



Kathryn Kouray 

Physical Education 




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Jeanne Kunz 

Arts 



Kathleen LaShoto 

English 



Peter Lancto 

Music 



Carole Langley 

Secretary 




Thomas Leverone 

Math 



Jay Levine 

Science 



Ellen MacDonald 

English 



John MacDonald 

Dir of Computers 





Richard Madden 

Guidance 



Mario Magno 

Foreign Language 



Gracey Magrath 

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Math 



Joseph Matta 
Special Education 



Barbara Matthews 

English 



Edward Matthews 

English 




Domenic Mauro 

Dir. of Foreign Language 



Sonya McKnight 

Science 




Mary McGagh 

Foreign Language 



Johanne Mclvor 

Music 



Mary McLeod 

nurse 



John McMahon 

Math 



Richard McKnight 

Dir. of Science 




Susan Meade 

Foreign Language 



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Phillip Mickey 

Guidance 



Marlyn Miller 

Foreign Language 



Beverly Mitchell 

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Anthony Mrugala 

Guidance 



Linda Murfitt 

Foreign Language 



Ann Murray 

Special Education 



Kathleen Neild 

English 





Mary Neylon 

English 



Claire Nolan 

Dir. of Physical Education 



Margaret Nolan 

Dir. of Pupil Services 



Marie O'Brien 

English 




Carmen O'Kane 

Secretary 



Richard O'Neil 

Occupational Education 



Marilyn O'Neil 

Social Studies 




Marvin Owens 

Social Studies 



Regina Pacitti 

S.A.C. 



Virginia Page 

English 



Anthony Palmerino 
Special Education 



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Richard Paolino 

Special Education 



Barbara Peterson 

English 



Anthony Piantedosi 

Business 



Helen Pilotte 

Business 




Ben Pizzi 

Eoreign Language 



Nadine Pomeroy 



Music 



Sam Poulton 

Social Studies 



Elizabeth P. Prentiss 

Reading 




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Tim Reed 

Science 



Barbara Reubner 

Arts 



Karen Robinson 

Science 



Sallie Russ 

English 




Joseph Salvo 

Math 



Bob Schubert 

Social Studies 



Nicholas Scioli 

Foreign Language 



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Special Education 



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Thomas Sheehy 

Math 



Joan Sheridan 

Dir. of Social Studies 



John Sinerate 

English 



Charlotte Smith 

Special Education 




Elwood Streeter 

Science 



Dick Sullivan 

Social Studies 



Martha Terrenzi 

SAC. 



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Joseph Travelini 

English 



Dorothy Tufo 

Science 



Christine Tullo 

Media Aide 




George Viens 

Math 



Dorothy Vinciullo 
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Jerry Walker 

Social Studies 



Peter Yetten 

Physical Education 




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Gracey Magrath came to Waltham from Ireland as a child. She was educated in 
the Waltham School system, and received her undergraduate and graduate degree 
from Framingham State College. 

She has been an educator for thirty-nine years in Home Economics and thirty of 
those years have been spent in Waltham. Over the years she has shown her 
kindness and unselfishness to faculty and students alike. 

Ms. Magrath s day did not end with the final bell. She spent many hours working 
on costumes for school productions, organizing social functions and giving extra 
help to students. 

Ms. Magrath, a gracious and loving woman will be greatly missed by both the 
school and the community. 






1 990 Vocational Yearbook 

Dedication 




Mrs. Barbara Scichilone and friends from the Vocational. 

We, the students of Waltham Vocational High School class of 1990 proudly dedicate this 
yearbook to our friend Mrs. Scichilone. 

During the past four years, you have helped us to grow and to understand ourselves and 
each other. Your high spirits and constant encouragement have helped us to recognize our 
goals and, above all, to realize these goals. 

With sincere appreciation and recognition of your fairness, contagious school spirit, sense 
of humor, total dedication, support and enthusiasm, we extend our thanks to you. 

For all of your time that you have worked with us, we are proud to dedicate our yearbook 
to you. 



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Marsha McDonough 

Principal 





William Nolan 
Assistant Director 




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Honorable Mayor William F. Stanley, William Nolan, and Marsha McDonough at the Senior 
Vocational Breakfast. 





Russell Qregoire, Martha Locke, William Nolan, Marsha McDonough, Joseph Salvo, and 
Barbara Scichilone at the Senior Prom. 



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VOCATIONAL FACULTY 




Barry Adler 

Reading Specialist 



Patricia Adolf 

Special heeds 



Annette Morin 

Secretary 



William Bourque 

Printing 




John Brennan 

Carpentry 



Kevin Brooks 

Auto Mechanics 



Marie Caloggero 

Clerk Typist 



Raymond Comeau 

Machine Shop 




Tony Damian 

English 



Michael Delaney 

Carpentry 



Victor Doucet 

Metal Fab 



William Foley 

Physical Education 




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John Gallagher 

Custodian 



David Gautreau 

Auto Mechanics 



Russell Gregoire 

Printing 



Roberto Hernandez 

Assistant 





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Auto Mechanics 



Irving Kardon 

Air Conditioning 



George Kelley 

Air Conditioning 



Martha Locke 

Special needs 




Marilyn Maillet 

Instr. Aide 



John McClosky 

Machine Shop 



Joseph McCusker 

English 



John Morrell 

Coop. Education 




Clint Rumrill 

Auto Mechanics 



Nancy Ryan 



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Barbara Scichilone 

English 



John Stark 
Auto Bod) 




Leo Ward 

English 



William Wilcox 

Math 



Kevin Woodbury 

Electric 



Colin Young 

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Q QMINAfiN t 

THE.DECADE 




he 1990 year was a remarkable one 
as always for the WHS sports teams. For 
the Waltham Hawks there can never be a 
goal to big, a dream to obscure. Every 
team worked its hardest through the en- 
ergy and efforts of every player to reach 
for the stars. In the back of our minds we 
are still there on the football, baseball or 
Softball fields, on the track, in the 
swimming pool, on the ice and in the 
basketball and tennis courts. Our mo- 
ments of glory, our teamwork, our school 
pride ... they're with us forever. Good luck 
to the future Hawk teams-you have a 
great legacy to uphold. 



Sports 



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The Varsity Football Team (above): First row (left to right): Justin Brown, Steve 
Puglielli, Chris Casey, Tri-Captain John O'Brien, Tri-Captain Mark Gallagher, Tri- 
Captain Mike Prifti, Mike Gill, Chris Shaw, Brian Connor, and Rick Vittum. Second 
row: Pete Vaccaro, Kevin Ryan, Joe Frenna, Wayne Brasco, Bill Scanlon, Jim Owens, 
Sean Fraser, Shawn Palmer, Rick Riley, and Aghisti Chaparian. Third row: Bill 



Mingace, Leo Cotto, John Scarlet, Chip Cononi, Paul LeBlanc, Brian Movello, John 
Bourque, Kevin Biddy, Jed Dickens, Rich Anderson, Sean McShane, Dennis Furey, 
and Curt Brennan. Fourth row: David Ananian, Francois Joseph, Steve Devane, Bob 
Cincotta, Jeff Ryan, Doug LeBlanc, Matt Quinn, Jeff Fuller, Steve DeProFio, Rupert 
Soltainian, Joe Recine, Mike Chane, Greg LeBlanc, and Mike Quaranto. 



The 1989 Waltham Football Team was the 
epitome of the phrase: "Hard work and ded- 
ication will lead to success." After a slow 
start of 2-2, the Hawks strung together five 
consecutive wins. The first four wins in that 
string were against teams that were rated in 
the top ten in the Eastern Massachusetts 
Football Standings. The highlight being a 8-6 
win over undefeated Arlington. In what may 
be the final Mewton-Waltham game, the 
Hawks trounced the Tigers 32-0. The foot- 
ball team Finished number seven in the rat- 
ings with a 7-3 record. To finish so high with 
three losses is a tribute to the difficult sched- 
ule that Waltham played. Two of their three 
losses were at the hands of eventual 
superbowl teams. It would be nice to list the 
seniors who contributed to this great season 
but such a list would have to contain all the 
seniors on the team. Tri-Captains John 
O'Brien and Mark Gallagher were the team 
MVPs and a number of Hawks made the 
Suburban League All-Star Team. 

Congratulations to the 1989 football team 
for a great year and a thank you from the 
coaching staff for bringing back the pride to 
Waltham Football. 




"There goes 'Swifty! "' (middle left) Mike Prifti 

"Everybody's Ail-American waiting to run some- 
body over." (above) John O'Brien 

"Lending a helping hand." (left) Chris Shaw 



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'Whispering sweet nothings." (right) left to 
right - Rick Riley, Mike Gill, and Coach 
McGovern. 

"Gee, what an original pose?" (left) Wayne 
Brasco 

"The mad Armenian shedding the block." 
(below) Argishti Chaparian 







"Ready for the action." (below) Chris Casey 
"The Hit Man.' " (bottom left) Shawn Palmer 







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'"Isn't this much better than soccer?'" (above) Kevin 
Ryan 

"What a powerful expression." (top middle) Brian 
Connor 

"Sizing up the enemy." (top right) Rick Vittum 

"TOUCHDOWN!!" (right) left to right-John O'Brien, Mark 
Gallagher, Rick Vittum, and Mike Prifti. 

" v Qo ahead, make my day!" (below) Steve Puglielli 

"Rolling up his sleeves to get ready for another intercep- 
tion." (bottom middle) Rick Riley and Joe Frenna 

"The special team extraordinar." (bottom right) Pete 
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"Let's get'em!" (above)-left to right-Mark 
Gallagher, John O'Brien, Mike Prifti, Shawn 
Palmer, and Aghisti Chaparian. 

"Don't worry, I'll just pop it back into place." 
(right) Jim Owens and Trainer Debbie Riggots 





"One happy camper." (left) Justin Brown 

"Punishing the enemy." (above) Mark Gallagher 

"Don't worry, even Anthony Carter drops a few. 
(below) Rick Riley 




The 1989 football cheerleading season 
was very exciting. Mot only did we cheer for 
the unstoppable Hawks with a 7-3 record, 
we also converted to a new form of 
cheerleading: power cheering. The change 
was necessary because our old style of 
cheerleading was becoming obsolete as 
power cheering began dominating the 
cheering world. We attended UCA camp to 
learn the "new style." In addition to learning 
new cheers and adopting a new style, we 
learned many pom-pom routines which en- 
hanced our game performances. We hope 
cheerleading continues to grow and that 
future squads cheer for a team as good as 
the football team of % 89. 




"The senior football cheerleaders"- (Front row, left to right) Dina Ianuzzo, Qlenna Wood, Maura Campbell 
(Back row) Julie Kohler, Micole Ripley, Nicole Lingos 





'Grumpy and Goofy"- (above, left to right) Maura Campbell and Glenna Wood 
'What are your feet doing on top of your head?"- (left) Julie Kohler 




"What are you doing talking to Brian?"- (above) Co-captain Nicole Ripley 



What a fake smile."- (above) Co-captain Nicole Lingos 




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Golf Team 
Record: 6-7-1 

This year the Waltham High Golf Team finished the season 
with a 6-7-1 record in the Suburban League. This year's 
team had three returning starters. Seniors Scott McCue, Jim 
Castoldi, and Junior Tim O'Toole along with Freshmen 
newcomer Tom Furey led the way in many of the Hawk 
matches. The team also had outstanding performances 
from Seniors John Moran, Brendan Legros, and Sophomore 
Jason Cormier. This young Hawk team gave a solid effort 
every time they stepped on the course. A fine example of 
this was when they took on eventual League Champion 
Mewton North and lost on the final putt of the day. The team 
came out and gave it everything they had before finally 
succumbing to Mewton. Although it was a disappointing loss, 
the future looks good for the Hawk team. 




"Golf Team Seniors'- (above) Brendan Legros, Captain Scott McCue, and Jim 

Castoldi 

Golf Team- (below) Coach Joseph Connolly, Tom Furey, Mike Emberley, Ben 

Mele, Tim O'Toole, Brendan Legros, Scott McCue, Jim Castoldi, Dan Driscoll, 

Sam Dagostino 




"The sun a little bright?'' (above) Coach Joseph 
Connolly and Captain Scott McCue 



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Our Girls' Swim Team- (below) -First Row- (left to right)- Kathy Bryant, Kathy Dunne, Kerry 
Blakely, Christine Sumner, Carrie Chiasson -Second Row- Tanna Hoffman, Karen Martin, Diane 
Barry, Christine Cox, Sue Casey, Patti Barry, Christine McLoud, Lorie Martin, Val Williams, 
Christine Burke, Samantha D'addario -Third row- Diving Coach Richard O'Brien, Swim Coach 
Philip Richmond, Susan Luvisi, Wendy Recine, Michelle Fredette, Amy Jordan, Julie Bolles. 

"Why aren't you swimming?'' (above right)- Julie Bolles. 

"How's the water?'' -(above left)- Susan Luvisi. 



"Don't look so scared!' 
Richard O'Brien. 



(right)- Swim Coach Philip Richmond, Amy Jordan, Diving Coach 




The Waltham High School Girl's Swim 
Team ended their season with a splash! 
The Lady Hawks had a successful year, 
finishing up with a record of seven wins 
and five losses. Every swimmer was hard- 
working and contributed something to 
the team. 

A big help to the team were the five 
seniors, all who have been a member of 
the swim team since their freshman year. 
These five girls earned varsity letters as 
freshmen and contributed strong perfor- 
mances throughout their four seasons. 
Wendy Recine led the Suburban League in 
the breast stroke, taking either first or 
second in every race in which she partici- 
pated. Julie Bolles and Keri MacDonald 
were considered two of the strongest and 
versatile swimmers on the squad. Both 
have been good examples to the rest of 
the team. Senior Michelle Ferdette also 
contributed to the team. Her good spirit 
and willingness to try anything gave the 
team an extra spark. Captain Amy Jordan 
was the Hawk's top butterfly swimmer. 
She kept the team going and wished to 
help out whenever possible. Susan Luvisi 
swam for her first year and earned Junior 
Varsity recognition. 

The season of 1991 awaits the talent of 
the underclassmen. Various juniors, 
sophomores, and freshmen were and will 
be major factors to a winning season! 
Juniors Christine Sumner, Kerry Blakely, 
Kathy Dunne, and Kathy Bryant will be 
strong swimmers and lead the team to 
victory. Freshman Karen Martin has al- 
ready broken school records and without 
a doubt will top those next fall! 

Keep up the good work and Good Luck 
next year! 




Despite their disappointing record, the 
1989 Girls' volleyball team was success- 
ful in many important ways. Coach 
Loraine Bogosian stated that "the team 
was capable of winning every match that 
they took into three games," and this 
spirited squad come close to doing just 
that several times! 

Volleyball is definitely a team sport, and 
the '89 squad worked beautifully as a 
team. 

At the Awards Banquet, several players 
were recognized for their outstanding ef- 
forts. Co-captain Melanie Rogers, a 1989 
All-Star, won the Coach's Award for con- 
tributing "hustle that really brought our 
team together," as coach Bogosian put it. 
Cindy Breton won the Most Improved 
Player Award; Cindy's improved blocking 
were crucial on defense. Karen Corkum 
was recognized as 1989's Most Dedicated 
Player for both her consistent serving 
skills and commitment to the team in 
general. Lauren Eaton, our powerful 
spiker and blocker, was recognized for 
being selected as an All-Star, while Co- 
captain nancy Martin received a Three- 
Year Varsity Award in appreciation of her 
superior offensive and defensive skills. 

Since almost all of the Varsity players 
will graduate this year, best wishes for a 
successful season go out to Coach 
Bogosian and everyone on the 1990 Var- 
sity Squad. Bump! Set! Spike! 




Our Girls' Volleyball Team- (above ) First Row (left to right)- Co-Captains Nancy Martin and Melanie Rogers 
Second Row - Coach Loraine A. Bogosian, Roseann Foley, Mary Delaney, Cindy Breton, Lauren Eaton, Karen 
Corkum, Vineeth Varughese, Cyndi Blais, Debbie DeVincent, and Patricia Rametta. 

(Bottom left) - Co-Captains Nancy Martin, coach Loraine A. Bogosian and Co-Captain Melanie Rogers. 

"Sitting down on the job!" (bottom right) - Standing - Melanie Rogers and Karen Corkum - Sitting (left to right) 
- Mary Delaney, Roseann Foley, and Cindy Breton. 








"Go for that ball" (top left) Roseann Foley and Karen Corkum. 

Our JV captain (above) Amanda Young. 

"Attack" (middle left) Lauren Eaton, Debbie DeVincent and Patricia 
Rametta. 




Who's got it?" (above) Lauren Eaton, Vineeth Varughese, Roseann Foley and Cindy Blais 



"I got it" (above) Cindy Blais and Nam \ Martin 



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Girls' Varsity Soccer 
Record: 13-4-1 

"P.I.C." ... a familiar acronym to any 
member of the Girls' Varsity Soccer 
Team. "Pride, Intensity, and Commit- 
ment" were the contents of that acronym 
and were the precise recipe for the Lady 
Hawks tournament-bound team. Their 
13-4-1 record broke all previous records 
in Waltham High's history of Girls' Soccer. 
The "spectacular sister" combos of Dawn 
and Diana Famosi, Kara and Hillary 
Rooney, and Allison, Amy, and Suzanne 
Hardiman were definite contributors to 
the team's success. Shelley LeBrun and 
her indestructible "Mr. Leg" were a team 
within themselves. Susie Santos with her 
natural talent and Meredith Lobo with her 
consistency both led to the squad's rec- 
ord breaking victories. The team's togeth- 
erness, prompted by Tracy Bullerwell, 
Michelle Croteau, Robin Curry, and Linda 
Deveaux, is something that the Girls' Soc- 
cer Team will never forget. The continual 
strive for unity and sense of "team" the 
Lady Hawks had was the uniqueness that 
made them a true tournament team. 
Coach John Kelly sums up the tremen- 
dous 1989 season with the familiar 
phrase . . . "Simply the Best!" 




Gimme that ball"- (above) Tina Meuse 
Piece of cake"- (left) Meredith Lobo 




Front Row from left: Susie Santos, Tracy Bullerwell, Linda Deveaux, Diana Famos., Dawn Famosw Kara 
Rooney Shelly LeBrun, Robin Curry, Michelle Croteau. Second Row: Ass't Coach John Magu.re Debb.e 
Tortola, Amy Hardiman, Allison Hardiman, Michele O'Connor, Stacey Delaney, Juhe Souza^Jen Connors, 
Hillary Rooney, Lisa LeBlanc, Suzanne Hardiman, Kate Dacey, Meredith Lobo, Coach John Kelly. 



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"I got it!" (top left)-Diana Famosi 

The coaches with two star players (top right)-Ass't Coach John Maguirc, Meredith Lobo. Dawn 

Famosi, Coach John Kelly 

"Hold it" (left)-Tracy Bullerwell 

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"Look up" (above left) Kevin Ryan. 

"Nice Smile" (above right) Sean Souza. 

The Boys Soccer Team (below) - top row - left to right- Coach John Simeone, Mark Saro, Matt Hinckley, Yves 
Charles, Joe Cucchi, Jason Cormier, Adhem Elkomouny, Dan Antonellis, Joseph Pino, David Chevalier, Tyler 
Smith, Chris Qiunta, Ryan Brophy, Coach Tom Qrinnell. Bottom row - Kevin Ryan, Chris Jacovides, Brian Monahan, 
David Sarkisian, Phil Laska, Sergio Magno, Dave Maione, Mike Fernandes, Sean Souza. 



Tut your tongue in" (below left) Chris Jacovides 





"Nice Smile" (top left) Michelle Qarside. 

"Relax" (above) Ruth Chlapowski. 

"Twin Smiles" (left) Laura Magazu and 
Cassandra Jarnis. 

"The Team" (below) (top row) Julie 
Gorman, Julie Czyzewski, Michelle Qar- 
side, Erin Egleston, Heather DeVincent, 
(bottom row) Brenda Boudreau, Cas- 
sandra Jarnis, Laura Magazu, Shannon 
Russell, Ruth Chlapowski. 

"Standing Proud" (right) Cassandra 
Jarnis. 




The squad began with a shaky start. 
Co-captains Laura Magazu and Cassandra 
Jarnis were the only returning cheer- 
leaders. The squad which consisted of 
only eleven cheerleaders, managed to 
pull off a good season. The boys managed 
to have a decent season with the continu- 
ous support of the cheerleaders. Other 
seniors were Ruth Chlapowski, Michelle 
Qarside, and Julie Gorman. 



le boys' swim team went through a tough 

competitive season, but coach Murray 

Ragusa were proud of their individual 

:omplishments. 

'Senior captain and leading point scorer, 

jatt Goldberg, helped in bringing the team 

some close wins by placing first or second 

most of his events. Goldberg qualified for 

fe sectional swim meet in both the 50 yard 

d 100 yard freestyle. 

kunior Tim Mahoney had an outstanding 
Ison leading the team in the backstroke 
Vit. Mahoney also qualified for the sec- 
Tils in backstroke, finishing in twelfth 




"Watch where you're going. "- (top) Captain Matt Goldberg. 

"Making a splash"- (above) Tim Mahoney. 

"Good facial expression"- (below) Geejo Vargise. 

"nice goggles'- (bottom) Donny Lucente. 

The Boys' Swim Team Left to Right: Coach Dinine Ragusa, Shawn Dunton, Geejo Vargise, Matt Goldberg, Tim 
Mahoney, Donny Lucente, Coach Ann Murray. 




khman Donny Lucente, the team's 
!?Tding scorer had an outstanding first year. 
Lucente also qualified for the sectional swim 
meet in the 100 yard backstroke and looks 
very promising for the years to come. 

Freshman Geejo Vargise also showed 
great potential for the years to come. 
Varigse showed great dedication and effort 
to the team. 

Junior Rich Despres and sophomore 
Steve Neville had a good season. Despres 
held the team in the breaststroke. Meville 
proved to negative split his freestyle events 
in three consecutive meets. 

The boys' swim team for the 1989-90 sea- 
son had a meaningful year throuc 
work and determination. Tl 
young men were able to 
produce a great team. 






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The season went 1 -5, with the 
only win being a shutout 
against Quincy. Kevin Parent 
placed second in the Suburban 
League meet and was awarded 
the teams MVP. Other awards 
that this senior received were: 
Single Best Performance 
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The Waltham Girls' Cross Coun- 
try Team got off to a great start in 
the fall of 1989. The Team was 
made up of many high striving 
athletes ready to win and enjoy 
their victories after hours of 
training for each meet. The 
coach, Joseph Tranchita, was 
widely respected for having 
trained the Waltham cross coun- 
try team to be so competitive. 

Members of the team were Julie 
Rando, Amy Ward, Liz Hazel, 
Lillian Cheng, Helene Grossman, 
Lori Shomphe, Maureen Galving, 
Christina Devitt and Ann Jones. 
These Lady Hawks were contend- 
ers for the Suburban League title 
for the fifth consecutive season 
until their loss to Newton North 
late in the season. When the time 
came to run that final stretch, 
Waltham dominated Brackton, 
Cambridge, Quincy, Brookline, 
and tied with North Quincy, giving 
it a total record of four wins and 
three losses. Good luck for the 
future! 







"The 1 990 Girls Cross Country Track Team" (top right). Front row-Lori Shomphe Liz Hazel. Julie Rando. Ann Ward ami 
Lillian Cheng. Back Row- Christine Kearney, Maureen Qalvin, Ann Jones, Julie Ward, and Helene Qi o a aw an. 

"One more lap!" (left) Lillian Cheng. 

Liz Hazel, Julie Rando and Helene Grossman i,kc against members ol the Quinc> track team. 



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The Hawks finished at 7 wins and 13 
losses. Posting this record was extremely 
difficult in the Suburban League. The team 
was led by Tri-captains Joe Frenna, Mark 
Gallagher, and Mike QUI. Joe, a Suburban 
League All-Star and the team's Co-MVP, was 
second in scoring and first in assists and 
steals. Mark, who suffered an early season 
injury, came back to be a scoring threat and 
a rebounding force. Mike came on strong 
towards the end of the campaign. He was an 
emotional leader and won the Most Im- 
proved Player award. 

The supporting cast included another 
Suburban League All-Star and the other 
team MVP, John Cowie. John led the team in 
scoring and rebounding and carried the 
Hawks most of the year. Two other outstand- 
ing multiple sports athletes included Chris 
Shaw and Shawn Souza. Chris, who was 
successful in his football season, brought 
his talents to the basketball court, bringing 
much pleasure to his coach and teammates. 
Shawn had several outstanding games, in- 
cluding a career high 18 points against a 
strong Maiden team. Three other Seniors 
who contributed in a major way all season, 
were Sal Barba, George Gurney, and Pete 
Vaccaro. Sal began the year in the starting 
line-up but then he and his smooth moves 
became one of the first off the bench. 
George contributed from his small forward 
position in rebounding and quick scoring. 
Pete was a pillar of strength supporting each 
member of the team and received the 
Sportsmanship award. Along with the Sen- 
iors, three outstanding underclass athletes 
made the varsity squad. Junior guards, Phil 
Ranucci and Dan Hurley, were two of them. 
Phil made the team as a Sophomore and D.J. 
was called up after giving many J.V. teams 
too much to handle. Finally, Sophomore, 
Jeff Fuller, rounds out the team. He followed 
up an incredible football season by being a 
tenacious rebounder both offensively and 
defensively. 




The Varsity Basketball Team (above) Front Row from left: Phil Ranucci, Chris Shaw, Tri-captain Joe Frenna, 
Tri-captain Mike Gill, D.J. Hurley. Back Row: Coach Joe Cacciatore, Rick Riley, George Gurney, Sal Barba, 
Tri-captain Mark Gallagher, John Cowie, Jeff Fuller, Shawn Souza, Pete Vaccaro. 



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" 'I hope all the girls are watching this move.' 
"- (above) Shawn Souza. 

" Be quiet over there, or I'll take your legs out 
from under you.' "- (left) Chris Shaw. 








The Basketball Cheerleaders (bot- 
tom right) Front: Kristen Maribito. 
Standing from left: Keri MacDonald, 
Andrea Libertini, Christine Sumner, 
Ellen Puglielli, Bonnie Dirr. Being 
supported: Sarah Mart, Linda Can- 
ning, Carla Salvucci. 

"Standing on one foot while clasping 
your hands - pure skill. "- (left) Co- 
captain Keri MacDonald. 

"WOW!!"- (bottom left) Co-captain 
Carla Salvucci. 

"Hanging in there."- (right) Co-cap- 
tains and best friends: Carla Salvucci 
and Keri MacDonald. 



The 1989-90 Basketball Season marked the end of cheerleading at 
Waltham High School for Senior Co-captains Carla Salvucci and Keri 
MacDonald. This season's small squad proved to be one of the best and 
most enjoyable of recent years. 

The squad's hard work began at camp, in July of 1989, and continued 
throughout the season. This not only resulted in the achievement of 
personal goals but in a level of cheerleading never before seen at 
Waltham High. The squad also developed a strong camaraderie through 
the trials and tribulations of the season. 

rione of this, however, could have been achieved without the leader- 
ship of the coaches. Michelle Kierstead, in her third year coaching, and 
Jacqueline Antico, in her first year as a coach, pushed the girls at each 
practice and developed creative new cheers and routines which elevated 
the squad's level of performance. 

Each member of the squad is responsible for the success of this 
season. Their positive attitudes and individual talents, along with the 
strong coaching element, made success unavoidable. 




The 1 989-90 Hockey Team had a memora- 
ble season. It can be remembered most 
because of the great determination and 
hard work of this small young team. 

After a set back in the first game, the team 
rallied together and came on top for the 
next two games against Peabody and Revere 
respectively. The team showed great effort 
and winning results as the team finished the 
Greater Boston League with a 3-2-1 record. 

Entering the Suburban League, some of 
the players were troubled with injuries, 
which at the time affected the whole team. 
The team effort remained constant through- 
out the season considering it was a young 
team. The determination of our players and 
the camaraderie of our team never failed 
during the season. 

The Hawks had a good overall season with 
a 9-10-1 record. The team showed great 
discipline, hard work, and a positive atti- 
tude. Of all the games played, some were 
won, some were lost, but the greatest victo- 
ries were personal. 





'Ready for anything"- (above) Dan Antonellis 



"Am I at the right rink, where is everyone?"- (above) 
Bob Pouliot 




(above) the team 



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SCORE!!"- (above) members of the team 



The Varsity Hockey Team (above): Front row (left to right): Brian Bolio, Dan Antonellis, Brendan Legros, Captain 
Joe Dowcett, Asst. Captain Bob Pouliot, Tom Qenova, and Mike Horrigan. Middle row: Coach McQovern, Mike 
St. Cyr, Paul O'Connor, Mark Sarao, Rick MacKenzie, Jeff Savage, Brian Farrell, Brian Campana, Brendan 
Campbell, Coach Fennelly, and Coach Maguire. Back row: Chris Qiunta, Mike Bourgeois, Jason Cormier, Wayne 
Duplessis, Steve Richard, and Joe Casella. 




" Oh, the puck is over there. "- (above left) Tom Qenova. 
1 "Go ahead, just try and put one past me.' "- (above right) Joe Dowcett 
"Going for a goal"- (right) Brendan Legros. 



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The 1989-90 hockey 
cheerleading season was one of 
the most exciting memories of 
our high school years. It was 
based upon two senior captains 
and twelve energetic girls. It was 
a small squad this year which 
made it easier to work with. 

It was a great experience for all 
of us. We enjoyed cheering for the 
hockey players but most of all we 
loved cheering them on to their 
victories. They had a great season 
with a record of 10-9-2. We wish 
the best of luck to the 1990-91 
hockey team. 

We had some fun moments to- 
gether and we would like to re- 
member these memories: Dig, 
Jam, Jam, Twist, Twist, Twist. 




The Hockey Cheerleaders- (above) Kneeling (left to right): Keri Bergerois, Julie 
Luciano, Kim McCue, Co-Captain Diana Famosi, Co-Captain Michelle Taranto, 
Kathy Gillespie, Stacy Lazaro, and Dena Ventura. Standing: Jenn Covicki, Chrissy 
Forbes, Donna Dewey, Heather Short, Michelle Creamer, and Karen Crane. 

"The innocent look"- (below) Diana Famosi 

"What's so funny?"- (bottom left) Michelle Taranto 





Swishing down the slope of Prospect 
Hill this year added just another exciting 
venture for the Waltham Ski Team. 

Head Coach Tim Reed "REEDMAN" and 
assistant coaches Bob Hazel (BOB-O) and 
Albi Rizzo made our season all the better. 

The boys squad ended their season with 
a league record of 45 wins, 5 losses and 
I tie. The Dover Rovers and Xaverian 
Brothers were some competition for 
them, but they still carried their ski tips 
through that finish line ending up as the 
1990 Massachusetts Bay East League 
Champions. 

Jerry Lane finishing 4th in the league 
and Mark Boulton was tagging, or should 
I say pushing along behind in 5th position. 
Matt Kiernan also had a great year. 

This year neither the boys nor the girls 
finished too high in the top rankings for 
the state. The "guys" all hung in and 



placed decently ranging from 23rd to 59th. 
The girls having a tough year competing 
against the "Rovers", finished 2nd in the 
league. Still having great spots in the top ten 
places in the league were; Jen Connors who 
finished 3rd. Allison Hardiman finishing 6th 
and Kara Rooney finishing 9th. With a record 
of 4 1 wins and 4 losses and not being able to 
have Amy Hardiman race for us this year 
due to a very rare illness, we did what we 
had to do and we sure had fun doing it. I'll 
never forget those days at Prospect, espe- 
cially Manny. 

Speaking for my fellow teammates; it 
seems like yesterday we were praying that 
we were just put in that 8th position. Mow all 
we have left is our memories of Prospect 
and Reed, but never forget its Uup, Dowwn, 
Uup, Dowwn. 

We wish the best for years to come and 
good luck with "REEDMAN" Uuuummmm!!! 




The Ski Team (above)- Front row, left to right- Shelley LeBrun. Mark Boulton, Phil Lasker, Kara Rooney, Matt 
Kiernan, Middle row- Michele O'Connor, Stacey Delaney, Kerry Blakely, Diana Cincotta, Tony Soave, Charlie 
Moncousky, Troy Brennan, Mike Qiannotti, Brenda Hayes, Allison Hardiman, Jen Connors, Coach Reed, Back 
row- Kristen Savoy, Christine McDevitt, Stacy LeLeivre, Jen Delaney, Kristen Qaeta, Shawn McQovern. Gregg 
LeBlanc, Corey Black, Qretchen Lucas, Hillary Rooney, Gerald Lane, Brian Kiernan, Andrew Mullin 



"In fine form (top left)- Maik Boutton. 

"Shelley, shouldn't you be wearing skis?" tabow K.ir.i 
Rooney and Shelley LeBrun 



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The Boys Indoor Track Team had a record 
of three and three. Captain Kevin Parent led 
the way with strong performances in the 
mile and two mile races. Also contributing to 
the Hawks cause were shotputters John 
Bourque, Rupert English, and Kevin Biddy. 
Finishing off with strong performances were 
sprinters Ralph Brutus and Ricardo Prudent, 
and distance runners Dan Congalves and 
Don Davidson. 



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The 1 990 Boys Indoor Track Team (above) bottom row - left to right - John O'Brien, Kevin Ryan, Chris Casey, 
Rick Vittum, Steve Puglielli, Seth Harris, Captain Kevin Parent, Don Davidson, John Sargavakian, and Dan 
Qoncalves. Second row - Ricardo Prudent, Ralph Brutus, Steve DeProflo, Mike Minassian, Rupin Saltanian, Joe 
Cucci, Kevin Biddy, Steve McGovern, Angel Guzman, Don Priest, and John Grossi. Top row - Assistant Coach 
Andy LeBlanc, Brian Brannley, Brian Maguire, Keith Harrington, Eric Hartenstein, Mike Vasquezi, Rupert 
English, Ron Paquette, Joe Dragone, Jeff Ward, Joe Kelly, Tim Quinn, Roody Harold, Jeff Rodley, Steve Rando, 
Mike Chane, Curt Brennan, and Head Coach Dan Keohane. 





"So close to the Finish Line" (above) Seth Harris. 
"I'm in no rush!" (middle right) Dan Goncalves. 
"A good jump" (right) Steve DeProflo 



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The Girls' Indoor Track Team posted a 1-5 record for the 
overall season. Despite such a setback, many individuals per- 
formed well. Seniors on the team included, captain Jennifer 
Englehart, Amy Ward, Maura Murphy and Cassandra Qallette. 

The team was young, determined and showed definite poten- 
tial throughout the season. We had our strong points with 
three individuals qualifying for the state meet. These included: 
Amy Ward in the 300 yard dash, Kim Lam In the 500 yard dash 
and Jennifer Englehart in the 600 yard dash. 

Next year more than half the team will return with Susan 
Pancaldo, Lori Shomphe and Ann Kontos as tri-captains. C\ en 
though the record doesn't show success, individual attitudes 
such as determination and dedication, indeed, were the strong 
benefactors of the team. Good luck to them and all the years 
ahead! 



,?mile for the camera!" (top left) Cassandra Qalletc. 

Maura Murphy jumps a hurdle" (top right). 

"A winning team" (above) Jen Englehart, Amy Ward, Maura Murphy and Cassandra 
Qallete. 



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The 1990 girls' tennis team was the 
most successful team Waltham has had in 
several years. Under the wing of Coach 
Jay Levine and seasoned veteran tri-cap- 
tains: Carla Salvucci, Marisa Pizzi, and 
Keri MacDonald, the team soared to new 
heights, achieving a 6-6 record for the 
season. This team's success is not only 
marked by the six wins but also the close- 
ness of the six losses. 

There were several competitive 
matches with teams which in the past 
were out of reach. The Hawks proved to 
be a potential threat to both Newton 
North and Cambridge. The girls had an 
honorable loss to Newton the one time 
they competed against them, losing the 
match by third sets and tie breakers in the 
third set. 

The girls lost twice to Cambridge. After 
the weak performance of the Hawks at 
Cambridge, the girls eagerly awaited the 
second match against Cambridge. Want- 
ing revenge on their home court, the per- 
formance of the Hawks surpassed the 
expectations of Coach Levine. Noting the 
vengeance and determination in the 
strokes of the lady Hawks, Cambridge saw 
the Hawks as a threat and played as ag- 
gressively. The match could have gone 
either way as the third singles match en- 
tered its third set. The third set was com- 
petitive and resulted in a victory for Cam- 
bridge. This loss against Cambridge 
wasn't just a loss, it eliminated the girls 
from possible tournament participation. 

The other teams in the league, including 
Brockton, proved to be no match for the 
girls. Each time faced against Brockton, 
the girls "boxed" them with a victory, 
beating them 3-2 at Brockton and 4-1 at 
home. 

Matching the closeness and camarade- 
rie that existed among this season's play- 
ers will be difficult. Through this camara- 
derie and the tremendous performance 
of not only the seniors but also the under- 
classmen, the girls left their mark in the 
splitting Suburban League. In the Subur- 
ban League, the Waltham Girls' Tennis 
Team will be remembered with respect 
and as an opposing force. 

The Girls' Varsity Tennis Team- (top right) Front Row 
(left to right): Julie Souza, Debbie Fitzgerald, Tri-Cap- 
tain Carla Salvucci, Tri-Captain Keri MacDonald, Tri- 
Captain Marisa Pizzi, Kara Rooney, and Andrea 
Qeraci. Back Row: Tali Kastner, Suzanne Hardiman, 
Nancy Marangoly, Amy Tsao, Kim Parella, Betsy 
Marangoly, Qretchan Lucas, Helene Grossman, and 
Coach J. Levine. 



"The successful stroke' 
Salvucci. 

"The look of determination' 
Rooney. 



(middle right) Carla 



(bottom right) Kara 




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'What a fantastic forehand!"- (above) Keri 
MacDonald 




With a nucleus of lit st time play- 
ers, the Hawk boys' tennis team 
struggled through a winless sea- 
son. There were, however, some 
bright spots. There was some ex- 
cellent play from the singles play- 
ers and there appears to be some 
promising players among the 
freshmen members. 

The team looks forward to 
working hard and putting it to- 
gether for next season! 





The Boys' Tennis Team- (top). Kneeling (left to right): Andy Mullin, Ted Basile, and Peter Kefalas. Standing: 
Coach Sinerate, Brian Kiernan, Chris Jensen, Guy Richard, Tri-Captain Bob Moody, Tri-Captain Dave lllsley. 
Tri-Captain Matt Kiernan, Mike Forte, and Tom Gemelli. 

"Come on, go over! "- (above left) Dave lllsley 

"Hmm, look at the ball soar right over the gate!"- (above right) Matt Kiernan 

"He'll never return that shot!"- (right) Bob Moody 





Kicking back and enjoying the game" (above) Mike Gill "Calling all the shots" (above) Coach Al Scafldi and 

Captain Kevin Ryan 



"Observing the game" (above) Jim Owens 



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"Looking for a homerun" (above) Mark Gallagher 



"This bug is more interesting than the game." (above) 
Brendan Legros 



The 1990 baseball team had a promising 
season. Although the Hawks did not make 
the tournament, they were successful. Led 
by senior guidance and a solid group of 
underclassmen, they finished with a 9-9 rec- 
ord. The Hawks were flying high at the start 
of the season, taking the Greater Boston 
League by storm and compiling a 5-2 rec- 
ord. The Hawks then moved on to the diffi- 
cult Suburban League, featuring extraordi- 
nary Brockton and north Quincy teams and 
a strong Newton north team. Senior stand- 
outs included Captain and Suburban League 
All-Star Kevin Ryan, who finished among the 
leaders in batting average. Others were 
Scott McCue, centerfield; Mike Gill, second 
base; Mark Gallagher, right field; Joe 
Frenna, Brendan Legros, Greg Thomasetti, 
Ray Gerald, and Jim Owens. 

Waltham was fortunate enough to have 
Jeff Ryan, Suburban League triple crown 
winner. Along with Jeff were two other Sub- 
urban League All-Stars: pitcher Tim O'Toole 
and outfielder Chip Cononi. Rounding out 
the line up were short stop D.J. Hurley, 
Jason Schoener, and J.V. call-ups: Brian 
Farell, Mike Horrigan, and Jeff Fuller. 

The highlight of the season was the final 
matchup between arch-rival newton north. 
The Tigers were tournament bound and Wal- 
tham had one more shot to prove to them 
which team was dominant before the Subur- 
ban League break-up. The Hawks did so by 
trouncing the Tigers 8-2 on a strong pitching 
performance, excellent defense, and a po- 
tent offense. 




The Varsity Baseball Team (above) 

Kneeling (left to right) Mark Gallagher, RayJerald, Brendan Legros, Captain Kevin Ryan, Mike QUI Scott McCue. 
Jim Owens, and Joe Frenna. Standing: Coach Al Scafidi, D.J. Hurley, Tim O'Toole, Jeff Ryan, Mike O'Doniull 
Jason Schoener, Chip Cononi. Mike horrigan, and Mr. John Farell. 

"Giving a cheer for the Hawks" (right) Kevin Ryan 







The Varsity Softball Team (above) - bottom row - left to right - Sandra Maione, Kerri 
DiMauro, Shelly LeBrun, Captain Susie Santos, Captain Amy Jordan, Linda Deveaux, 
Kerri Mill, and Jennifer Griffin. Back row - Coach Joseph Salvo, Krysten DiLiberto, Lisa 
Morrison, Stacey Delaney, Brenda Burke, and Juli Quirk. 

The Coach and his Captains (top right) Captain Susi Santos, Coach Joseph Salvo, and 
Captain Amy Jordan. 

"Don't you move that foot" (middle right) Captain Amy Jordan. 

"Someone throw me the ball'' (bottom right) Jennifer Griffin. 



A slow start for the Waltham High Lady Hawks was very misleading. 
Their record of 1 and 5 did not promise for an extremely victorious 
season. Working hard as a team, the girls' opened the Suburban 
League with a shutout against Brookline. From then on it was all up hill. 
Amy Jordan and Kerri DiMauro took the mound for the Hawks. Jordan 
posted an 8-5 record consisting of two no-hit shutouts and a win 
against archrival Brocton. 

DiMauro had much to show for herself and her team when she 
displayed her varsity material with a perfect record of four wins and 
no losses to her credit. Contributing to the teams' victories were Susie 
Santos and Kerri Hill. Playing a strong second base, Santos was 
everywhere she was needed. Her speed and agility was needed and 
supplied. Kerri Hill held third base with strong defense and skill. Other 
fielders were Linda Deveaux, Shelly LeBrun, Julie Rando, Sandra 
Maione and Jen Griffin. Deveaux, LeBrun and Rando earned their 
spots in the outfield and were definite keys to the winning season. 
Griffin and Maione used their skill and power with the bat. 

By the end of the season, the Suburban League was aware of the 
Waltham High Softball Team and believed they were the team to beat. 
The Hawks ended the season as Co-Suburban League Champs and 
were represented by seven all stars. Playing for the first team was Amy 
Jordan, Susie Santos and Linda Deveaux. The second team consisted 
of Kerri DiMauro, Juli Quirk, Stacey Delaney and Lisa Morrison. At the 
Softball banquet awards were given out. The MVP award was given to 
Co-Captain Amy Jordan and Co-Captain Susie Santos received the 
Golden Glove award. Linda Deveaux was presented with the Most 
Improved Award and junior Juli Quirk received the Batting award. 

As the girls enter a new league in 1 99 1 , we wish them all the best of 
luck and wish for yet another tourney bound season. 

The Softball team of 1990 would like to credit their coach, Joseph 
Salvo for their success. Without coach Salvo and his never ending 
encouragement, the tournament would have been beyond reach. We 
just want to say: Keep up the good work coach and good luck next year 
and in the years to come! 



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Are you doing a split Linda? (above) Linda Deveaux. 
"Like Wow Man" (below left) Captain Susi Santos. 



Someone watch where I'm going" (above center) Kerri Mill. 
Ready or not here it comes" (above right) Kerri DiMauro. 
'How's this pose coach?" (bottom right) Sandra Maione. 




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The Boys Spring Track Team had 
over forty boys turn out. The outdoor 
team Co-MVP'S, Captain Kevin Parent 
and shotputter John Bourque, led the 
young Hawk Team. Many seniors came 
out for the first time to help the hawk 
squad which ended up at and 5. Sen- 
iors contributing were Sean Souza, 
John Cowie, Seth Harris, Dan 
Congalves, Peter Vaccaro, and Dave 
Chevalier. 



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The Boys Spring Track Team (top right) bottom row - left to right - David 
Chevalier, Seth Harris, Captain Kevin Parent, Sean Souza, John Cowie, 
Dan Qoncalves. Second row - Ricardo Prudent, Claude Decole, Ricky 
Depres, John Qrossi, John Bourque, Kevin Biddy, John Bonadio, 
Rupert English, and Ralph Brutus. 

Top row - Coach Dan Keohane, Jose Vasquez, Demosthenes 
Dominque, Joe Recine, Joe Dragone, Roody Harold, Rupin Sultanian, 
Joe Swanson, Brian Demers, Sanjay Patel, and Assistant Coach Andy 
LeBlanc. 

"Movin" (above) Captain Kevin Parent. 

"Going for the gold" (above middle) Seth Harris. 

"Alioop" (middle right) Shawn Souza. 

"Aren't you supposed to go under the limbo stick?" (right) John Cowie. 

"It seems as though I'm running around in circles" (far right) Dan 
Qoncalves. 



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The Captain and her coaches, (above left) - Coach Ken Hales, Captain Amy Ward, and Coach Micole Crepeau. 

"I just sit and watch" (above right) Maura Murphy. 

"Off to get tonight's dinner" (left) Captain Amy Ward. 

The team (bottom row) - left to right - Susie Pancaldo, Chrissy Forbes, Jennifer Connors, Captain Amy Ward. 
Maura Murphy, Liz Hazel, Qena, and Lori Shomphe. Second row - Lisa McCoy, Maureen Qalvin, Ann Kontos. 
Erin Whalen, Liz Paul, and Angelike Kafalas. Top row - Coach Ken Hales, Kerri Duformont, Jennifer Dean, 
Ann Jones, and Coach Micole Crepeau. 



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"Men, we have gathered here today ..." (above) the team 

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I've got the ball." (above) Paul Vaughan 





"Making a run for it"- (above) Chris Casey 

"Reaching out"- (top right) Pete Russo 

The Varsity Lacrosse Team- (bottom left) 

First row (left to right): Paul Vaughan, Mark Boulton, Tri-Captain Chris Jacovides, Tri-Captain John O'Brien, 
Tri-Captain Chris Casey, Mike T. Chiasson, Pete Russo, and Steve Puglielli. Second Row: Brian Boulton, Dave 
Jones, Tony Suave, Brian Livoti, Quilio Manfradonia, and Robert Oliverio. Third row: Coach Martin Curran, 
Mike Dowcett, David Carvelli, Jay Wolseley, Paul Piantedosi, Joe Hart, Mike Quaranto, and Eric Burns. 

"Hmm, where did the ball go?'"- (bottom right) Steve Puglielli 




The 1990 lacrosse team had its share of 
ups and downs. Due to lack of experience, 
the team did not have an outstanding rec- 
ord, but the record does not reflect the 
intensity, heart, and courage with which the 
team played. 

The highlight of the season and the team's 
only victory was against B.C. High. The team 
played its finest game of the year with most 
of the squad contributing to the victory. It 
was a hard fought victory with Waltham 
holding the lead for most of the game and 
fending off a B.C. High comeback to win the 
game. The game resulted in a 13-9 victory, 
giving the Hawks a season record of 1-15. 

The team was led by three, four year veter- 
ans: Chris Jacovides, John O'Brien, and 
Chris Casey. However, each player brought 
the team a special and unique quality which 
made the team closer together as players 
and friends. This team will be remembered 
as a team with lots of courage and a team 
that never quit despite the odds it faced. 










"Aw, come on Ref!" (left) John O'Brien 

The always informational scoreboard" (above) 

Our faithful mascot" (right) the Waltham Hawk 




"A star swimmer" (above) Susan Luvisi 

"You don't want to mess with these guys." 
<center) the wrestling team 

Keep your eye on the ball." (bottom right) 
Mike QUI 

"A piece of advice"- (right) left to right - Susie 
Santos, Amy Jordan, and Coach Salvo. 



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"Did it make it over?" (middle left) Bob Moody 

"What are you looking at?" (middle right) Chris Jacovides 

"Oh my God, I can't believe I forgot my pants!!" (above) Kevin 
Parent 



"SAVE!!'- (left) Dan Antonellis 




>me on, its not that heavy." (above) John O'Brien 



Yeah Hawks, (above) K.n.i Roone) 



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"Jump for it!"- (above) John Cowie 

A step ahead of the competition"- (top middle) Kevin Parent 
You cleared that one!"- (top right) Maura Murphy 
SCORE!!"- (right) the football team 
"Look Ma, no hands!"- (below) Michelle Qarside 
Reach for your goals"- (bottom right) The hockey team. 




"You put your right arm in, you put your right arm out, you put your right arm 
in, and you shake it all about . . ."- (right) the girls' volleyball team 

"Going for the skyhook"- (below) Mark Gallagher 

"Wild Bill"- (bottom left) Bill Scanlon 

"I hit it"- (bottom middle) Kerri Mill 

"Trying a different angle"- (bottom right) Chris Casey 





\Just sauntering down the hill"- (above) Mark Boulton "Doing a hula"- (above) Tina Meuse 



Just flexing for ya!"- (above) Shawn Souza 




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Ace"- (above) Carla Salvucci 

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his year was a successful one for all the 
performing groups at Waltham High. In 
February, "Music Unlimited", which is 
Waltham's show choir, competed at a na- 
tional competition in the Chicago area. They 
were the only group from the New England 
area to attend, and they received praise 
from the judges at the competition. The 
bands also had an excellent year. Both the 
Wind Ensemble and the Orchestra received 
awards for their performances at the MICA 
competition in April, and our marching band 
had the privilege of performing and com- 
peting in Florida's Walt Disney World. The 
Drama department treated the public to two 
excellent productions: "The Princess Bride" 
in November, and "Night Must Fall" in April. 
In the Art Department, several students 
were highlighted with special awards for 
their artwork, which was entered into the 
Globe competition. These many awards and 
prizes earned by our performing and artis- 
tic groups prove that the fine arts program 
at Waltham High is one of the best in the 
State, and one that we all should be proud of. 



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Waltham High School Orchestra 




Peter C. Lancto - Conductor: Front row (left to right): Wendy Recine, Selene 
Swiridowsky, Alisha David, David Fox, Susan Luvisi, Jennifer Watts, Amy Tsao. 
Second row: Susan Bilodeau, Margaret MacDougall, Cari Morin, Jennifer 
Eastman, Brenda Hayes, Joanna Schaffhausen, Karen Fouche. Third row: Julie 
Gallant, Jocelyn Patenaude, Frank Cotton, Bob Demerjian. Fourth row: Eric 



Leboff, Christina Mixon, Peter Demerjian, Janet Stolowski, Katie Lenza, Mary 
Delaney, Kathy Burke, Helene Grossman, Anna Velella, Brenda Demers. Fifth 
row: Arthur Cormier, Chris Ryan, Zafer Mustafa, Dan Rininger, Tom Santolucito, 
Brian Bolton, Brian Reagan, James Fredette, Peter Lindgren. 




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Brian Reagan (left) 

Brenda Demers (above) 

Brenda Demers, Katie Lenza, Janet Stoloswski, Brian Reagan, Chris Ryan, and 
Kathy Burke (below) 




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"Play it Pete" Peter Lingren (above) 

"Leaders of the Band" (right) Kathy Burke, Brian Reagan, Katie Lenza. 

"The Brass" (below) Jamie Fredette, Chris Ryan, Zafer Mustafa, and Peter 
Demerjian. 





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The Waltham High School Wind Ensemble 




Peter Lancto and Nadine Pomeroy - Conductors. Front row - (left to right) Eric 
Leboff, Stephanie Meadows, Tracey D'eon, Christina Nixon, Janet Stolowski, 
Anna Velella, Katie Lenza, Helene Grossman, Kathy Burke, Mary Delaney, 
Brenda Demers, Colleen Carey. Second row - Tom Santolucito, Peter Lindgren, 



Alex Zalevsky, James Fredette, Bob Demerjian, Brian Reagan, Frank Cotton, 
Kenneth Walsh, Jocelyn Patenaude, Susan Burgess, Julie Gallant, Brian Bolton. 
Back Row - Arthur Cormier, Chris Ryan, Zafer Mustafa, Don Rininger, Mark 
Bolton, Peter Demerjian. 




Left - Kathy Burke, Anna Velella, and Katie 
Lenza; stand and take a bow. 



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"A good team" (above left) Moses Liskov and Katie 
Lenza. 

"Are we almost done?" (above) David Fox. 

Conductor Peter Lancto directs the Wind Ensem- 
ble (left). 



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Trombone Trio" (above) Don Rhininger, Zafer Mustafa, and Brian Reagan 











"Basin Street Blues" (above) Chris Ryan 



The Incredible Flutists" (above) Kathy Burke and Mary Delaney 



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"Soulman" (top left) Brian Reagan 
"Intense Concentration" (top right) Janet Stolowski 

'Marching band leaders" (above) Kathy Burke, Brian Reagan, and Katie Lenza 
"Mice Smile Sue!" (right) Susan Luvisi 




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The Art Club (left to right) Tony Ly, Jen 
Richards, Eric Hoffman, Michelle Freddette, 
Jade LeBlanc, Karen Corkum and Bob 
Moody. 



This year was indeed a great 
one for members of the Waltham 
High School Art Department. This 
year Waltham participated in the 
"Globe Scholastics" Art Competi- 
tion, and the results were good. 
Karen Corkum came home with a 
gold medal, as did Bob Moody for 
his sculpture. Three Waltham stu- 
dents; Bob Moody, Eric Hoffman, 
and David Chang, were asked to 
compete at the national Level. Al- 
though none of them won at the 
national competition, all three of 
them show promise, and hope to 
pursue careers in art. 




Finalists for the National Art Scholarship Competition. 

(left to right) Bob Moody, David Chang, and Eric Hoffman. 




State Gold Medal Winner Karen 

Corkum. (left) Waltham High Artist, Michelle 
Fredette (far left). 





Drama Club (Above) Left to Right- Julie Trumbour, Jodi Walker, Meredith 
McElroy an Leah Tortola, Kim Levering, (hanging) Eric Bergeron, Mike Wade and 
Jim Inzirillo 

"Voted Best in Drama" (top right) Matt Brennan 

"An Excellent Actress" (right) Meredith McElroy 

This year was a memorable one for members of the WHS 
drama club. The club, under the direction of Ms. Lashoto, 
successfully presented two plays this year. In the fall, the club 
presented Monty Python's "The Holy Grail", which was entirely 
student casted and directed. In the spring, the club presented 
"night Must Fall", an exciting murder mystery. Both plays were 
great, and highlighted the incredible acting talent of some of 
Waltham's students. 





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"The Waltham High School Jazz Choir" (top) 
"Sing it Sharon!" (above left) Sharon Legrow 
"I hate my solo!" (above right) Kathy Bryant 






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"The WHS Jazz Choir performing at the Pops Concert" (top) 
front row- Greg Scott, Alex Hallock, Jamie Dougherty, Kristen OMalley. Kathy 
Snyder, back row- Ken Freda, Mike Ferrick, Matt Sullivan, Melanie Rogers, 
Amanda Musto. 

"Sweet Georgia Brown" (above) Janice Coppi 

"The Java Jive" (right) Selene Swirdowsky 




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"Basin Street Blues" (left) Shaun 
McQovern, Bernadette Buckley, Bill 
Manley, and Julie Champion. 

'Theme from Ice Castles" (bottom left) 
Lisa Kett. 

"All at Once" (below) Janice Coppi. 





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'Starmaker" (top) The Waltham High School Show Choir. 
"You've Got a Friend" (above) Melanie Rogers. 
Something to Sing About" (right) Shawn LeBlanc. 




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"Will You Marry Me?" (top left) Matt Brennan and Bernadette Buckley. 

"Excuse Me!" (top right) Krister) Roberts 

"Whats in the Box?" (above) Julie Trombour, Bernadette Buckley, Matt Brennan and Jodi Walker. 



"Why me!" (right) Julie Trombour 

"Let me serenade you" (below) Matt Brennan 

"Family Gathering" (bottom) Matt Brennan, Leah Tortola, Kristen Roberts, and 
Bernadette Buckley 






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MS is known for our numerous fund 
raisers which help organizations, sports 
teams and clubs during the school year. 
Carnations, candy sales, and Student 
Santa are just a few examples of the 
noted money makers. Our annual Student 
Santa program this past year was a tre- 
mendous success! Due to an outpouring 
of generosity from every homeroom, over 
250 needy children in the Waltham area 
were recipients of gifts and toys they would 
otherwise be without during this festive time 
of the year. Among the infamous and widely- 
known activities at WHS are: Homecoming, 
Dance Theatre, Senior Social, Gong Show, 
Senior Revue and Senior Prom. These and 
other events represent the culmination of 
thoughtful and organized planning between 
students and faculty advisors. 



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Leaders of the band" (top left) Brenda Demers, Katie Lenza, Janet 
Stolowski, Brian Reagan, Chris Ryan, and Kathy Burke. 

Cheering the team to victory " (top right) Maura Campbell. 

God. I hate this song! (above) Brian Reagan. 

"The Mayor with the Queens" (right) Mayor William Stanley with Monica 
Pandolfi, Chrissy forbes, Alisha DiGregorio, and Julie Trumbour. 







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A Winning float (top) The Vocational Float. 
'Hey Jen, Look! (above left) Amy Jordan and Jen Englehart. 
The Great Waltham Wall (above right) Our football team. 
Straight ahead (right) Chris Ryan. 



This year's homecoming week was a suc- 
cess! Despite the frigid weather, the football 
game was a 30-20 victory over N. Quincy. To 
complete the weeks festivities, the game was 
followed by a huge dance. Homecoming be- 
gan with a giant scavenger hunt. Many groups 
competed, but Student Council reigns as win- 
ner once again. The next event of the week 
was the annual homecoming rally. Male ath- 
letic team captains were surprised to receive 
(while blindfolded) a special kiss from their 
"mommies" that afternoon. Also the home- 
coming king, queen and their court were pre- 
sented. The senior king was Michael Fer- 
nandes and his queen Monica Pandolfi. Their 
court consisted of junior Chrissy Forbes, 
sophomore Julie Trumbour and freshman 
Alisha Qregorio. The following day, as seniors 
pushed through the college boards, prepara- 
tions for the parade were being made. Many 
trucks and cars drove through downtown Wal- 
tham to cheer on the football team. The com- 
petition for the best float was judged by Mr. 
Sorin, and the winner, with a float they cre- 
ated themselves, was the Vocational High 
School. On the float they had representatives 
of each course of study offered at the Voca- 
tional School . Homecoming was a week of fun 
and school spirit. The tradition has lasted 
many years and hopefully for even more to 
come. 




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"A dramatic procession" (top left) Members of the ROTC team lead the Home- 
coming parade 

"Our City Leaders" (top right) Mrs. Stanley, Mayor William F. Stanley, and School 
Committee members Robert Waddick and Jennette McCarthy 

"The Honor Society Float" (left) Karen Corkum, Robin Curry, and Linda Deveaux 

"What a Tuba!" (above) Peter Demerjian 






Wave Those Flags!" (top) The WHS colorguard at the Homecoming parade. 
Lovely Ladies" (above left) The Queen and her court at the Homecoming parade. 
Halftime Solo" (above right) Tom Santolucito 



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It was a night to remember. The snow 
was falling and Christmas lights were 
sparkling. It was the night of the first ever 
Senior Social. The girls were dressed ele- 
gantly in evening gowns and the boys wore 
their finest clothes. The Paine Estate was 
decorated festively with a Christmas tree, 
wreaths, and a mistletoe. The festivities be- 
gan with a buffet dinner, followed by a night 
of dancing. The Senior Social was a perfect 
way for us to share our holiday spirit with 
fellow classmates. We hope future senior 
classes will continue this event, making it 
another Waltham High tradition. 

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Dave Maione 




"Rockin' around the Christmas tree.'' - 
(above) Kara Rooney and Michelle Tar- 
anto 

"I've got rhythm.'' (middle, right) Rick 
Riley 

"Once, twice, three times a lady." -(right, 
left to right) Carla Salvucci, Keri MacDon- 
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"Guess who's chiming.'' -(top left) 
Front row (left to right): Kevin Ryan, 
John O Brien, Mike Gill, Brendon Le- 
gros, Mike Prifti. Back row: Mark Gal- 
lagher, Matt Kiernan, Chris Casey, 
Keri MacDonald, Steve Puglielli, 
Marisa Pizzi, Peter Vaccaro, Shawn 
Souza. 

Two singular sensations. (top 
right) Nicole Lingos and Susan Frost 

The Barbie and Ken evening collec- 
tion.'' -(bottom right) Kara Rooney 
and Peter Vaccaro. 

Two wild and crazy guys, (middle) 
Bill Keane and Mike Pemandes 

Jingle-bell rock, (bottom, left) Julie 
Gorman, Dawn Famosi, Deb Fitzger- 
ald, Ann Margaret Basile, and Cori 
Chiara. 










"The Cast of the 1990 Senior Revue' 




Senior Revue 

X A Touch of Broadway' was a 
spectacular performance, put 
on by a large number of Wal- 
tham High School Seniors. 
With less than four weeks of 
preparation, the cast pulled to- 
gether to perform an outstand- 
ing show. Showing spirit and 
enthusiasm, the students trav- 
eled in a snow storm to the high 
school in order the rehearse. 
The devoted group received 
support from the audience 
which helped the performers 
shine. Singers, dancers and so- 
loists deserve a great big ap- 
plause, but most of the credit 
belongs to the MC's: Maura 
Murphy, Vicki Capolla, Lynne 
Vellente, Eric Hoffman, Darren 
Waggoner, Chris Shaw and 
Matt Brennen. They showed 
their show-biz talents as they 
added humor throughout the 
night. Director Bob Eagle, 
Debbie Peros-Finnell and Mark 
Porrier and Mr. May worked 
behind the scenes to create a 
masterpiece as only people of 
their expertise and creativity 
could. It was a night to remem- 
ber! 



You tell 'em Patty!" (above) Patrica Bellini 

Good Friends" (right) Julie Champion and Lisa Kett 




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Elvis Lives!" (top left) Eric Hoffman 

'Prom ntghi (top t iqhl i I inda Devcaux and David Sarkisi.in 
The longei lasting Batter) (left] Darron Mfaggonei 

'Head all about it" (above) Mark Qallaqhei 



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"What a lady" (top left) Lynne Vallente. 

"The Qrand Finale" (above) Lisa Kett. 

"Beach Bums" (left) Lori O'Neill, Tracy 
Bullerwell, Linda Deveaux, Jen Arcese, 
Cindy Breton, and Patty Bellini 



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"The Three Musketeers" (above) Eric Hoffman, Darron Waggoner and Chris 
Shaw. 

"A well dressed Gentleman" (right) Steve Puglielli. 

"Revenge of the herd!" (far right) Peter Vaccaro. 






Mickey and Minnie with the cast of Senior Revue (above) 
"Yes, I'm singing to you! (right) Maura Murphy 




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"The Cast of the 1990 Senior Revue" 





"Do you like my suit?" (left) Mike QUI. 
"The happy elf" (above) Peter Vaccaro. 



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"Sharp Dressed Man" (top left) Darren Waggoner 

"What an outfit!" (top right) Shawn Souza and Maura Murphy 

"The Senior Revue Chorus" (above) Front Row- Nicole Lingos. C.ara Rooney, Keri MacDonald, Carla Salvucci. Lisa Cotton 
Mary Leger, Ryan Carraflello. Back Row- Iris Libertine Brian ( oimicr Mm Harrington, Micole Bouchard. Katie Lenza. 
Julie Champion, Vineeth Varughese. Kathy Green, Karen Corkum, Kim Harrington, and Lauren Eaton 



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Once again, the Student Coun- 
cil sponsored the annual W.H.S. 
Carnation Drive. The event was a 
complete success, but not with- 
out the help from the national 
Honor Society. The Student 
Council Treasurer, Steve Pug- 
lielli handled the financial and 
organizational duties. Mr. Steven 
Goodwin, Mr. Anthony Piante- 
dosi and Mr. John Cox helped 
with the distributions of all the 
flowers. 

With the much needed and 
grateful support of volunteers 
and homeroom representatives, 
the 1990 Carnation Drive raised 
more money than ever before. 




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"Has Cupid been here? (top right)-Mike 
Jackson. 

Yes, this is our President" (above)- 
Lenny Cotugno and Mike Chiasson. 

'He did it!" (right)-Scott Lanno, Larry 
Linscott, and Phil Lasker. 

Sweetness" (middle top)-Brenda 
Demers. 




"Friends Forever" (above)-Joanne Barba and Denise Arena. 

"Oh Mike, you shouldn't have'' (top right)-Steve Puglielli and Mike QUI. 

"A thorn between two roses'' (below)-Marisa Pizzi, Shawn Souza, and Carla 
Salvucci. 

"All decked out for Valentine's Day'' (bottom right)-Susan Frost. 







Part of the cast of the 1989-90 "Dance Theatre' 





"Stay away from me Mike!" (left) Michelle Taranto and Mike Jackson. 
I'm pointing at you" (above) Ed Power. 



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Dance Theatre 

What a great showing it was for the 1 989-90 Dance 
Theatre cast! With many strenuous rehearsals, the 
dancers worked together to perform the best piece 
of entertainment ever! Dance captain, Maria and 
dance instructor Debbie Peros-Finnell, choreo- 
graphed routines then skillfully taught them to stu- 
dents with many different dancing capabilities. A few 
dancers performed solo numbers on the stage: 
Meredith Lobo, Shauna Boudreau, Dan Antenellis 
and Mike Jackson. Everyone was great and the show 
received much praise from everyone who saw it. 



"Check that out!" (top) The men of Dance Theatre 
1 love this dance" (middle left) Danyelle DiQregorio 
Sail Away" (middle right) Carla Salvucci 
Revenge of the Nerds" (above) Ryan Carrafiello 
The Happy Dancer" (right) Jodi Walker 




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"The Waltham High Chorus" (left) 

"Organizers of the event" (bottom left) 
Carla Salvucci and Lauren Luchette 

"Play the cello Sue!" (below) Susan Luvisi 





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With over 250 kids to sponsor, the student 
Santa program ran its sixth successful year. 
Led by the national Honor Society and Stu- 
dent Council, each homeroom was encour- 
aged to take on at least one child. Many 
homerooms took on more than one child 
and the program was also supported by 
many clubs and individuals. Under the lead- 
ership of Mr. Cox and Mr. Goodwin, the gifts 
were festively wrapped and presented at the 
Annual Student Santa Assembly. The assem- 
bly was held in December. Mayor William F. 
Stanley attended and thanked the school for 
its contribution to the city's poor. The Cho- 
rus performed many holiday favorites, fol- 
lowed by the band's merry selections. The 
stage was alive with hundreds of gifts just 
waiting to be delivered to the children of 
Waltham. Later that afternoon, the gifts 
were put in trucks for different organiza- 
tions and churches throughout the city. 
These people distributed the gifts to the 
children themselves. Thanks to the help of 
Waltham High School Students, hundreds of 
children in Waltham were given a Merry 
Christmas. 




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The Mayor speaks" (above) Mayor William Stanley 

A talented group of students" (below) The WHS Wind Ensemble 




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On Thursday evening, March 29, 1990, the members of the 
national Honor Society hosted the second annual Teacher 
Appreciation Dinner. It was held in the cafeteria and it was the 
members' way of showing the teachers of Waltham High that 
they are truly "appreciated." 

The dinner lasted only a few hours but the preparation 
consisted of many hours. Immediately following the close of 
school, each member of the Honor Society reported to the 
cafeteria. Each member was then assigned to a task. These 
tasks were salad washing, making meatballs, setting tables, 
and buying pounds and pounds of pasta. 

That evening the teachers were greeted and even served by 
the students. The home cooked meal was a success but the fun 
was just beginning. Following the dinner there was a cut-throat 
game of Jeopardy hosted by Mr. Hallion and his lovely assistant 
Vanna White (better known as Keri MacDonald). The game was 
complete with a Jeopardy board, music, and even a student 
performed commercial. 

Eventually the teachers began to disperse with a sense of 
well-being. Once all the teachers had left, the members of the 
national Honor Society were proud that they had given the 
teachers of Waltham High School the honor that they so greatly 
deserved. 




Marisa Pizzi, Mr. Harrington, and Melissa Hegger (left). 

Mr. Walker, Robin Quaranto, Mr. Conners, Cindy Breton, and Mr. Sinerate 
(above). 

Robin Curry, Mr. Conners, and Linda Deveaux (below). 




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Carla Salvucci with Mr. Viens (top left) 

Mr. Hallion tries his hand at "Jeopardy" 
(above) 

Paul Chaisson. Allison Hardiman. Mr. 
Qrinnell and Mike Chaisson (left) 



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The National Honor Society in- 
duction ceremony was held on 
Nay 22, 1990, in the Robinson 
Auditorium. On that evening 
twenty seniors were inducted into 
the national Honor Society. 
Throughout the year, these stu- 
dents worked with the twenty 
other members who were in- 
ducted to the Honor Society in 
their junior year. 

The mistress of ceremony was 
Carla Salvucci, President of the 
national Honor Society. She led 
the group in reciting the national 
Honor Society pledge and in the 
traditional candle lighting cere- 
mony. Carla, along with the other 
officers, spoke about the four 
standards of the Honor Society, 
which are leadership, scholar- 
ship, service, and character. 

Many distinguished guests 
made an appearance and praised 
the members of the Honor Soci- 
ety for their accomplishments 
both inside and outside of the 
classroom. Mr. Qraceffa, Princi- 
pal; Senior Housemaster Mr. 
McQovern; and Advisor Mr. Cox 
addressed the group and had 
many remarkable things to say. 

Together these forty students 
worked hard to serve not only the 
school but also the community, 
leaving the Class of 1991 with a 
tough act to follow. 




Above-Matthew Kiernan, Keri MacDonald, Mr. John Qraceffa, Mr. Paul McQovern, and Mr. Norman 
MacDonald. 

Bottom left-Advisor Mr. John Cox. 

Bottom right-Lauren Eaton and Linda Deveaux. 






Above-the Robert Treate Paine Estate. 
Below-Carla Salvucci and Michael QUI. 
Bottom right-Kristen Roberts and Vineeth Varughese. 



On Monday, May 21, 1990, the 
members of both the national 
Honor Society and Student Council 
gathered for their annual banquet 
on the Robert Treate Paine Estate. 
The banquet was a time for the 
members and advisors of these or- 
ganizations to celebrate the closing 
of a successful school year. 

The members and advisors were 
praised by many distinguished 
guests, such as Mr. J. Daddona, 
Superintendent of Schools and Mr. 
Qraceffa, Principal of Waltham High 
School, for their continuous 
hardwork and success. 

Although the evening was rather 
formal, it proved to be quite socia- 
ble, as the members of the national 
Honor Society and Student Council 
discussed the past year in retro- 
spect. 





national honor society officers 




Carla Salvucci. 
President of the National Honor Society. 



Marisa Pizzi. 
Vice-President of the National Honor Society. 





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Matthew Kiernan. 
Treasurer of the national Honor Society. 



Keri MacDonald. 
Secretary of the National Honor Society. 



Class Officers 



WALTtlAM HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OFFICERS 

President - Michael T. Chiasson 

Vice President - Melissa Hegger 

Secretary - Monica Pandolfi 

Treasurer - Stacy Annese 




(above) Stacy Annese, Mike Chiasson, Melissa Hegger, Monica Pandolfi 




WALTtlAM VOCATIONAL 

HIGH SCHOOL CLASS 

OFFICERS 

President - Paul Chartier 

Vice President - Steven 

Larade 

Secretary - Robert Menendez 

Treasurer - William 

Greenwood 

Representative - William 

Gallant 



(above) top row - Steven Larade, Robert Menendez, William Gallant, William Qreenwood, bottom row - Mrs. Marsha 
McDonough, Paul Chartier, Mr. William Nolan 



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Student and 
Advisory Council 




front Row (left to right) Steve Puglielli, Michael Gill, John O'Brien, 
Mr. Goodwin. Second Row- Jen Conners, Kara Rooney, Jean Good- 
win, Melanie Rogers. Back Row- Maura Darcy, Kerri Mill, Robin 
Curry, Linda Deveaux, and Lauren Luchette. 




Michael Gill- Student Council 
President 





John O'Brien- Boys' Vice 
President 



Kara Rooney- Girls Vice 
President 






Steven Puglielli- Treasurer 




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Lauren Luchette- Recording 
Secretary 



Melanie Rogers- Advisory 
Council President 





Robin Curry- Co-Vice President 



Kerri Mill- Co-Vice President 



Linda Deveaux- Co-Vice 
President 




The head table" (above) left to right-Michael Gill, Monica Pandolfi, Stacy Annese, Michael T. Chiasson, and Paul Chartier. 



"Awards for a job well done" 
(left)-Seth Harris, Vineeth 
Varughese, Mary Leger, and 
Dave Maione. 

"Our star athletes" (bottom 
left)-Mr. Rando, Mrs. Rando, 
Julie Rando, Mark Gallagher, 
Mrs. Gallagher, and Mr. 
Gallagher. 

"The future Barbara 
Streisand" (bottom right)- 
Patricia Bellini. 




Senior Dinner 

Many faculty members and stu- 
dents accompanied by parents and 
relatives congregated in the W.H.5. 
cafeteria on May 24 for the tradi- 
tional Senior Dinner. 

The evening began with the Class 
Song performed by Patricia Bellini. 
Then followed a dinner, the reading 
of the Class Will, Superlatives, Ath- 
letic Awards and a special presenta- 
tion of Certificates of Merit and 
Awards. 

At the head of the table were 
seated officers of the national 
Honor Society, Student Council, 
Yearbook Staff, Class Officers and 
the Vocational School Class Offi- 
cers. Sweet harmony and a dazzling 
performance was presented by the 
notorious W.H.S. Show Choir. The 
Class of 1990 Senior Dinner was 
truly a night to remember! 




1 990 Yearbook 

The 1990 Yearbook was put together by a number of students from 
this years class. Many seniors volunteered their time by working at 
home, working in our office or by getting ads from the public. 

Although we had many individuals working on our book, our Co- 
Editors put in countless hours from beginning to end. Co-Editors Carla 
Salvucci, Melissa Hegger, and David Demerjian started in the summer 
of 1 989 and ended in July of 1 990. They worked night and day until the 
middle of July to produce the best book possible. 

The yearbook staff has added some new features in this years book. 
We added some art work drawn up by a number of seniors from the 
art department. We also added a fine art section featuring the music 
department, the art department and the drama department. 

This years book does not contain as much color as books in the past. 
The primary reason is the slow economy and the number of ads 
received by us. Many of the businesses that contributed in the past 
could not afford to buy an ad this year or were no longer in business. 
Although we are down in the number of color pages, we still feel that 
we have produced a quality book for the finances we had to work with. 

Mr. Salvo would like to thank everyone for the countless number of 
hours they put in to bring this book together. Mr. Salvo is especially 
grateful to the Co-Editors that were always around when needed. 

We wish the class of 1990 the best of luck and we hope that you are 
thankful to the Co-Editors and all your classmates for all the time and 
work it took to produce the: 
1990 YEARBOOK 




Above - Co-Editors Dave Demerjian, Melissa Hegger, and Carla 
Salvucci, and Advisor Joseph Salvo. 

Below - Karen Corkum, Art Editor. 




Susan Frost, Office Manager. 



Robin Curry, Computer Operator. 



Shawn Souza, Yearbook Sales. 



Julie Bolles, Yearbook Ads. 









Carla Salvucci, Co-Editor in Chief. 



Dave Demerjian, Co-Editor in Chief. 



Grace Calore, Homeroom Collections. 






Kerri DiMauro, Literary. 



Tara Donovan, Typing. 



Amy Jordan, Office Assistant. 




The Waltham High School yearbook was printed by Jostens 
Printing and Publishing Division, 4000 So. Adams, Topeka, KS 
66601. The Jostens in-plant consultant was Cindy Owen. The 
Jostens area representative was John Meister. The advisor was 
Joseph Salvo. 

The cover was a craftline embossed printed on Firebrand 
material #497 with Cordova grain and black ink and silver foil 
applied. The artwork was done by Rick Brooks. The endsheets 
were Sterling Silver #420 Transicolor material. The 356 pages 
used 80# Gloss paper with black ink applied for the entire 
book. Approximately 64 pages were printed with the four 
process colors. 

The official school photographer was Purdy-Vantine Studios 
represented by Terry Bleiler. 

The dominant type style used throughout the book was 
Benguiat Book #47. Body copy was set in 10 point uith cap- 
tions in 8 point. Headlines ranged from 14 to 60 point. 

A press run of 325 yearbooks was delivered in November of 
1990. 



Senior Housemaster Paul McQovern and Co-Editor in Chief Melissa Hegger. 



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This Is The Time 
Junior Prom 1990 

The long awaited evening of April twenty-seventh had finally 
arrived. The Junior Prom was being held at the newly built Vista 
International Hotel which overlooks the Quabin Reservoir. We 
would be the first class to hold our prom there. The weather 
co-operated by being sunny and hot as we prepared for the evening. 
The boys became young men as they dressed in their impeccably 
tailored tuxedos and the girls became beautiful young ladies as they 
slipped into their elegant yet trendy gowns. The intensity and excite- 
ment that we felt mounted as our limousines arrived at the ballroom 
of the Vista International. 

As we entered the foyer, each couple had their picture taken by 
the photographer. While we waited for dinner, we visited with our 
friends and classmates and commented on how exquisite everyone 
looked. Dinner was served around 8:30. The meal consisted of a 
salad, baked chicken breast, and mixed vegetables. After our meal 
we had the time of our lives dancing to the music played by the D.J. 

As tradition at every prom, the queen and her court were ap- 
pointed by the Vista's waitresses. Annese Merryweather was 
crowned Queen of the 1990 Junior Prom and Susie Pancaldo and 
Merideth McElroy her court. Annese and her date lead the prom 
theme dance, This Is The Time" by Billy Joel and other couples 
then joined in. By 1 1:30, the tired but still energetic juniors dis- 
persed from the Vista and were off to the beach or maybe a friends 
house to celebrate all night. No matter where we went after the 

prom, it was a time that we will never forget. 

Article by 

Right - Dennis Casey and Carrie Chiasson. Michelle O'Connor 

Bottom left - Ken Freda and Christina Holub. 

Below center - Amy Roy and Steven Vellis. 

Bottom right - Chris MacDonald and Denise Lorette. 





Left (left to right) Mike Fernandes, Meredith 
McMelroy, Annese Merryweather, Javier 
Bauer, Susie Pancaldo, and Phil Laskar. 

Center left - Ryan Brophy and Valerie Walsh. 

Below - Steve Turpin and Juli Quirk. 

Bottom left - Erick Cresser and Anna Curry. 

Bottom right - Annese Merryweather and 
Javier Bauer. 





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n May 29, 1990, the Sheraton Tara 
Framingham was the setting for one of 
the most memorable nights of our lives. 
Although the weather could have been 
better (actually it was a torrential 
downpour) we managed to make the best 
of it. The last minute details had us rushing 
around to tuxedo shops, beauty parlors and 
the local florists. 

Although rain seemed probable on 
graduation day, spirits remained high and 
excitement was widespread. At 2:00 PM, 
without a drop of rain in sight, the sun 
began to shine as the graduation march 
began. The rows of red and white gra- 
ciously filed into their seats at Leary 
Field. The ceremony was underway! 

The two final events of our high school 
days are just memories now. Memories 
of our days at Waltham that we will look 
back on years from now and say "O-yeah, 
o-yeah, I remember that!" These were 
the best days of lives so far! 



Senior Week 



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"The queen and her court" (above)-Joe Alfeo, Monica 
Pandolfi, Lesli Lane, Mike Vallerand, Meredith Lobo, and 
Carlo Cimino. 

"Dancing the night away" (top right)-Sandra Maione and 
Lucas Taddeo. 

"True love" (left)-Lisa Kolosiej and date. 

"A touch of class" (bottom left)-Dave Demerjian. 

"Look at my pretty corsage" (bottom right)-Joanne Barba 
and date, Denise Arena, and Sal Barba. 








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"Sheer elegance" (top left)-Jennifer Vautour. 

"Stand by your man" (above)-John Mola and Monique Leger. 

"Want to dance?" (left)-Lauren Ferrazzani and Paul Chartier. 

"Cheese!" (bottom left)-Sheryl Stone and Dave Belskis. 

"Everybody say pizza!" (below)-Paul Cacciatore. Linda Deveatu Kathy Burke 
and Tom Santolucito, Kim Harrington and date. 







"Hey, don't I know you?" (above left)-Eric Bisson and Kenny Donis. 

"Let the good times roll" (above)-Lynne Vellante, Kelly Brazil and dates. 

"Me and my girl" (bottom left)-Joe Frenna and Lisa McCoy. 

"Everybody smile!" (below)-Mike T. Chiasson, Sheryl Morrissette, Lisa Kolosiej, 
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And The Band Played On" (above) Mr. Lancto conducts the Star Spangled Banner. 
Whats so funny?" (right) Mr. Piantadosi and Mr. McQovern lead a line of graduates. 
The Procession Begins" (below) The Class of 1990 Heads toward their seats. 




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'Stepping into a new Beginning" (above) Ms. Fitzpatrick with a line of graduates. 
'Good Friends" (right) Mike Chiasson and Julie Kohler 
Pomp and Circumstance" (bottom left) Chris Ryan 
'Class Poet" (bottom right) Jade LeBlanc 




"A Happy President" (right) Michael T. Chiasson 

"The newest fashion in eyewear" (below) Nick 
Semenza 

'Best Friends" (bottom right) Michelle Qarside 
and Mary Delaney 




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"Smiling Graduates" (left) left to right- 
Robert Qosselin, Lisa LeBlanc, Robert 
McGregor, Mancy Gosselin, Thomas 
Gosselin, Dawn Caesar 

"Presenting the Class Gift" (below left) Mr. 
Graceffa and Melissa Megger 

"These are the times to remember" (below) 
Peter Vaccaro, Carla Salvucci, Keri 
MacDonald, Marisa Pizzi and John O'Brien 

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The presentation of the Vocational Class Gift (top left)- Paul Chartier. 

"The latest in graduation wear" (above)-the graduates of the Class of 
1990. 

"Standing proud" (left)-the graduates awaiting the presentation of their 
diplomas. 

"Musical talent" (bottom left)-Brenda Demers and Kathy Burke. 

'Smile pretty" (below)-Denise Arena, Nicole Bouchard, Lisa Cotton, Mary 
Delaney, and Kristen Carson. 





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really fast! "- (above) Dave 



"Hey, we're the class clowns? "- (above) Kneeling (left to right) Dan Antonellis, Phil 
Benoit, and Ken Arsenault Standing: Tony Allia. 




"Preparing to take the walk"- (above) graduates of the Class of 1 990 
"Hey Joanne, check out that guy! "- (right) Denise Arena and Joanne Barba 





"I'm so excited!!" (left) Linda Deveaux 

"Follow the leader" (above) the Class of 1990 

"Gimme, gimme, gimme!" (bottom left) Maura Campbell and School Committee member, Mr. Henry O'Brien. 

"The MCs" (bottom right) Carla Salvucci and Mike Gill. 





"Sheer dedication" (far left)-Katie Lenza. 

"Say it with flowers" (left)-Nicole Bouchard and Lisa 
Bourque. 

"Mats off to the graduates" (below)-the Class of 1990. 









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90MINADN6 

THE, DECADE 




n order for the Waltham 1990 Mirror to 
ultimately become a success, many se- 
niors headed straight to the companies 
asking for ad's. Without the advertise- 
ments in this yearbook, colored pages 
would not be at all possible. Unfortu- 
nately, because of the Massachusetts 
economy, many companies were not able 
to give their usual amount of money. Most 
of the companies and professionals that 
donated to our yearbook have always 
done so and we are grateful for their 
generosity and their adherence to this 
tradition. Thank you for your advertise- 
ments and your support. 



Ads 



209 




Congratulations on your tremendous achievement. We are very 
proud of you and wish you the best of luck in the future. 

Love, 
Mom, Papa and Danielle 



210 



Carta Salvucci and family. 







Dave Demerjian 



Congratulations Dave! We are so proud of you and everything that 
you have accomplished. 

Love 
Mom, Dad, Peter and Bobby. 



211 




May you both continue with the success that you carried through 
high school. 

Love, 
Your Parents 



212 



Marisa Pizzi and Carta Salvucci 







Congratulations Frantz. May you have 
success in everything you do. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Cynthia, Elizabeth, 

and Grandpa Camille. 



Frantz Sylvestre Jr. and Family. 



Congratulations! Best of luck in the 
future. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



John O'Brien 



214 




Congratulations Melissa, you have always 
made us proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom, Jim, Samantha, and Kayla. 



Melissa Hegger and family. 




Congratulations Mark! Last but not least! We 
are very proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Maureen, Andrea, Matt 

Jay and Judy, Tim and Dianne 



Mark Gallagher and Family 




Brian Monahan and Nicole Ripley 



Congratulations Brian! 



Love, 
Mom, Dad, Kathy, and Steven 




Ray Jerauld and Parents. 



Congratulations Ray, a great son. We are 

sure your future holds much success and 

happiness because of your winning ways 

and great personality. We are confident that 

with your determination your future goals 

will be achieved. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



215 




Nancy Martin, Cindy Breton, Michelle Garside, Stacy Sacco, and Kristen Carson. 

Congratulations Michelle on your hard work. We are very 
proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom, David, Jennifer and Brian 





Michael T. Chiasson and Kenneth A. Donis 



You didn't think I could do it, did you? 



216 



Paul Sotis 

Congratulations Paul! We are very 
proud of your academic 
achievements, and your 
performance on stage. Best 
wishes for continued success in 
college! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Nancy 




Mike Prifti 

Congratulations! Good luck with 
your plans for the future! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 




Melissa Galvin And family 

Congratulations Melissa! We are all 
very proud of you and we love you! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Maureen, Meghan and 

Michael 




Dianne Hietsch 

Congratulations! Best of luck to a spe- 
cial daughter and young lady. You de- 
serve all the happiness life has to offer- 
go for it! 

We love you, 
Mom, Stacey and Ronny 




Carla Salvucci, Julie Kohler, Marisa Pizzi, Kara Rooney, 
Nicole Lingos, Keri MacDonald, Monica Pandolfi 

Congratulations Nicole! With all your 
dreams, ideas, and talents, you have so 
very much to offer the world. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Debbie and Alyssa. Ol *7 




Shirley Collette, Peter Anderer, Cheryl Keane, Rick 
Collette, Mom, And Dad. 

Shirley, it makes us very proud to see 
you graduating from both hairdressing 
and high school in the same year. Con- 
gratulations and Lots of Luck! 

We love you, 
Gary, Mom, Peter, Cheryl & Rick. 




Emily, Amanda, and Mom 



218 



Congratulations Amanda! We are very 
proud of you today Our love and wish- 
es for good fortune are with you al- 
ways. 

Love, 
Mom, Emily and Family 




Melissa Metallides and family 

Good job Melissa. We are all 
proud of you. Good Luck and 
enjoy college. 

Love, 
Mom, Ron, Greg and Steven. 




Nicole Bouchard and Tamilv 

Congratulations Micole! We are very 
proud of you. Good luck in college 
and with your plans for the future. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Rhonda 




Frantz Sylvestre Jr. 
Best of Luck! 



Love, 
Mom and Dad 




Michael Gill and Family 

Congratulations Michael. We love you 
and are very proud of you. 

Love, 
Dad, Mom, Susan, Sandra and your 

grandmothers. 




Ed and Lori O'Neill 

Congratulations! Good luck in the 
future! We love you! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Tracey 




Cesar Alvarado and Family 

Congratulations Cesar! Good luck in 
your Auto Mechanics course and with 
your plans for the future! We love you! 

Mom, Augusto and 
Elsa Alvarado 



219 




Brian Monahan and Mike Fernandes. 

Congratulations Michael. We wish you 
happiness and success. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Leslie and Jeffrey. 




Debbie DeVincent and Mother 

Congratulations Deb! We love you. 
Good luck at college. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Sandy and Jim 





Lauren Luchette and Family. 



Ruth Chlapowski 



Congratulations Lauren, we are very 
proud of you. 



220 



Congratulations! We are very proud 
of you. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



Homeroom 210 



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Back Row- Dan Antonellis, Gerard Auguste, Ken Arsenault, Mr. Thorp, Tim Aucoin, Dan Babin, Tony Allia. Front Row- 
Jen Arcese, Loryann Amelia, Christine Allain, Anne Margaret Basile, Stacy Annese. 






221 



Homeroom 218 




Third Row Victoria Coppola, Michelle Croteau, Shawn Corcoran, Paul Cody, Brian Cormier, Ms. Zardiackas. Second 
row- Lisa Cotton, Karen Corkum, Catherine Connor, nancy Cotto, Jeannette Colon, Dawn Conzo, Janice Coppi. First 
row- Michael Chiasson, Leonard Cotugno, John Cowie, Brian Connor. 



222 



Homeroom 220 




Top (Left to Right) - Mr. Levine, Don Davidson, Ken Donis, Dave Demerjian, Sheila Delano. Bottom - Linda 
Deveaux, Evelyn Diana, Mary Delaney, Robin Curry, Kerri DiMauro, Danyelle DiQregorio, Tara Donovan. 



Homeroom 228 




Bottom (left to right) Lauren Eaton, Chris Dougherty, Dawn f amosi, Susan Faugno. (Top) Brian Duncan, Jennifer 
Englehart, Diane Famosi, Marilyn Elysse, Marie Dumas, Consie English. 



224 






Homeroom 248 




Top row (left to right) Melissa Hegger, George Gumey, Sean Harrison, Steven Harris, Chris Hadge. Bottom row- 
Kathleen Grant, Donna Hoffman, Trisha Hefner, Raedah Haddad, Jen Griffin, Kim Harrington. 



Homeroom 266 




First Row (left to right)- Kristen O'Byme, Lori OTieil, Crystal Parent, Mary O'Connell, Robin Parmenter, Nicola 
Musto, Kelly nee, Maura Murphy, Monica Pandolfi, Brian Monahan. Second row- Kashmira Patel, Amit Patel, Shawn 
Palmer, John O'Brien. Third Row- Kevin Parent, James Owens, Jitendra Patel, Jon OTieil, Anand Patel. 



226 



Homeroom 267 




Front Row (Left to Right)- Deb Peloquin, Somphet Phongsavanh, Joyce Poirier, Marisa Pizzi, Jessica Power, 
Christine Poirier, Denise Arena, Robin Quaranto. Back Row- James Porier, Steve Puglielli, Mike Prifti, Bob Pouliot, 
Ed Power. 



227 



Homeroom 272 




Front row (left to right)- Venn Tang, Matt Tai, Greg Tomasetti, Andy Urban. Second Row- Andrea Thompson, 
Kristin Sutherland, Sheryl Stone, Marcia Utley, Michelle Taranto, Carmen Torres, Stacy Teele, Betty Taylor. Back 
Row- Mr. Paul Grady, Steve Turpin, Ed Sylvestre, Tu Trinh, Jimmy Tutiven, Peter Vaccaro, John Vallerand, Ron 
Sullivan, Chris Spinelli. 






228 



Homeroom 275 




Front Row (left to right)- Mancy Young, Lynne Vallente, Linda Zagami, Robin Vallerand, Minelva Zeda, Qlcnna 
Wood, Amy Ward. Standing-Siu Hgan Wong, Paul Vaughn, Richard Vittum, Jeffrey Vienneau, Charles Wentworth, 
David Weeks, Ken Walsh, Randall Whelan, Amanda Young, Vineeth Varughese. 



229 



Homeroom 216 




Sitting (left to right) Tracy Catapano, Kristin Carson, Jill Chisholm, Jennifer Cincotta, Julie Champion, 
Ruth Chalapowski, Maura Campbell, Corinne Chiara. Standing Steven Chang, Chad Champion, Paul 
Chaisson, Jim Castoldi, Carlo Cimino, Argishti Chaparian, Michael Chiasson, Ryan Carrafiello, Chris 
Casey, David Chevalier, Ronald Carroll. 



Homeroom 240 




Back Row (left to right)- Candido Fernandez, Mike Fernandes, Debbie Fitzgerald, Susan Frost, Fabio 
Fragale, Joe Frenna, Don Frost, Kevin Forbes. Front Row- Melissa Qalvin, Cassandra Qalette. 



230 






Homeroom 244 




Back Row (left to right)- Laurcie Qenece, Mike Gill, Tom Genova, Matt Goldberg, Daniel Goncalves, Peter 
Gigliotti, Brian Gaudet, Romann Genece, Dana Gillis, Louis Gatti. Front Row- Michelle Garside, Jen 
Gandolfo, Julie Gorman, Nicole Glass, Michelle Giordano, Deb Gautreau, Shannon Gangi. 



Homeroom 261 




First Row (left to right)- Tara Hughes, Leslie Lane, Caroline Kalfayan, Julie Kohler, Dina lanuzzo. Bill 
Keane, Cassandra Jarnis, Lisa Kett. Second row- riicole Lally, Walter Hoyt, Brian Kelly, David Kachajian 
Eric Hoffman, Ray Jerauld, David lllsley, Matt Kiernan, Amy Jordan, Lisa Kolosiej. 



231 



Homeroom 265 




Top row (left to right)- John Moran, Kevin Mogan, Shane Milligan, David Moares. Bottom row - Tina 
Mola, Cheryl Morrisette, Denise Messina, Melissa Metallides, Maryann McKenna, Tina Meuse. 



Homeroom 121 




Top row (left to right)- Donna Carvelli, Cynthia Brydan, Colleen Carey, Mike Chiacchio, Steven 
Centofanti, Mike Caissie, Dennis Butt, Paul Cacciatore, Brian Campana, Richard Campbell, Dave 
Castoldi, Mrs. Kefalas. Bottom- Tom Cappadona, Santino Calore, Linda Cannice, Hillary Champlin, 
Jennifer Burke, Janice Caissie, Phimmasone Chanthaseng, Souphaphone ChanthaseNg, Tracy 
Burke, Carrie Chiasson, Lillian Cheng, Kelley Cassidy 



Homeroom 125 




Bottom (left to right)- Mary Cunnigham, Jennifer Connors, Diana Cincotta, Anna Curry, Kristine 
Corkery, Ann Connelly. Top- Stephen Crain, Scott Courtney, Joe Cucchi, Chip Cononi, Artie Cormier, 
Jason Cormier, Ms. Neild. 



Homeroom 161 




Back (left to right)- Mr. Qrinell, Greg LaBlac, Dana Levensaler, Stephen LeBlanc, Paul LeBlanc, Stai 
LeLievre, Kristin LeBlanc. Front- Qretchen Lucas, Lorena Livoli, Kim Lucas, Denise Luchettc. Andrea 
Libertini, Michelle LeBlanc, Antoinette Lovell. 



233 






Homeroom 165 




Back Row (Left to Right) Jason McDonough, Ramon Montes, Mr. Poulten, Andrew Mullin, Ben Mele, 
Shaun McGovern, Sean McShane, Ryan Moody, Billy Morgan. Front Row- Kristen Mirabito, Lee Morri- 
sette, Brenda Miranda, 'Melissa" Michelle Messina, Christine McLeod, Vicki Michaelidis, Serena 
Moody. 



Homeroom 169 




Front row (left to right) — Sanjay Patel, Joe Recine, Mike Quaranto, Ricardo Prudent, John Priest. 
Back row- Sylvie Priez, Traci Proia, Dawn Pennu, Ellen Puglielli, Elizabeth Paul, Patricia Rametta, Vicki 
Previte, Margie Reyes. 



234 






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Homeroom 366 




Bottom (left to right)- Malinda Laudate, Qabrielle LeBlanc, Christine Luce, Maureen Macdonald, Julie 
Luciano, Melissa LeBlanc, Margaret MacDougall. Top- Pauline Leslie, Gerry Lane, Donny Lucente, Chris 
LeBlanc, Frank Lombardo, Scott Lemont, Luisa Lazaro. 



Homeroom 212 



Homeroom 262 




Back (left to right)- Julie Bolles, Tracy Bullerwell, Eric Bisson, 
Philip Benoit, Justin Brown, Grace Calore. Front- Micolc 
Bouchard, Cynthia Breton, Amy Calabufalo, Kelly Brazil, Karen 
Braunert, Patricia Bellini, Carol Bastarache, Cynthia Blais, Lisa 



Bottom row (left to right)- Mrs. Giblin, Sharon Legrow, Jade 
LeBlanc, Emmanuclla Lapaix, Mary Lcgcr, Danielle I eBlar* lop 
Nicole Lingos, Lisa Lawdis, Larry Linscott, Phil I askei S< oM Lano, 
Mike LeBlanc, Shawn LeBlanc, Moniquc I eger, Brendan LegrOS. 



Bourque. 



235 



Homeroom 269 



Homeroom 27 1 




Sitting (Left to right)- Julie Rando, Carrie Ranelli, Lydia Rosado, Kneeling (left to right)- Ron Sanon, Chris Shaw, Nick Semenza. 
Kara Rooney and Nicole Ripley. Standing- Kevin Ryan and Mat- Sitting - David Sarkisian, Alba Salem, Minerva Santa, Carla 
thew Riley. Salvucci, Stacey Sacco, Susie Santos. Standing- Paul 

Sheppard, Shawn Souza, Edward Sylvestres, Franzy Samtelus, 
Maria Santolucito, Paul Sotis, Mike Silva, Derrick Smith, Bill 



Scanlon. 



Homeroom 215 



Homeroom 313 




Bottom row (left to right)- Christina Forbes, Deanne Geary, Kathy Bottom row (left to right)- Lecia Phillyss, Darcia Palmer, 

Gillespie, Andrea Qeraci, Amy Qatti, Stephany Davis, Kim Foster. Michele O'Connor, Susan Pancaldo, Kathy Parsons, Kris 

Top row- Michael Gianotti, Ken Freda, Philip Fournier, Jen Gray, O'Malley, Jen O'Henmus. Top row- Stephen Pitterino, Tim 

Lori Funari. O'Toole, Carado Pecci. 



236 



Homeroom 154 



Homeroom 172 




Bottom row (left to right). Harout Kouyoumjian, Edward Kelly, First row (seated) left to right)- Tina Scafidi, Kristen Sneider, 

John Kasarjian, Peter Kafalas, Ted Kabissios, Rodolfe Susan Sheridan, Debbie Sittydeth, Robin Sullivan. Second Row- 

Lallemande. Middle row- Mr. Collins, Christine Kazanjian, Erika Deven Shah, Paul Staples, Rupen Soultanian, Greg Scott, Matt 

Kierstead, Michelle Landry, Angelike Kefalas, Revital Kastner, Sullivan. 
James Juliano. Top row- Kim Kehoe, Ann Kontos, Christine 
Kearney, Nicole Kenney, Anh Lam, Kirsten Kryjak. 



Homeroom 367 



Homeroom - 378 




Front row (left to right)- Maureen Mahoney, Terri Mctlugh, Lori 
Martin, Lorie Mills, Anncy Marangoly, Karen Martin, Mary 
Methratta. Back row- Qerardo Mariano, Brian T. Maguire, 
Robert McKenna, Wael Manoun, Gregory Metallides, Brian P. 
Maguire, Jodi Marmonti, Leah Metro. 



Back Row (left to right)- Linda Velez, Dana Vittum, Rob Wa\m.ui 
Steve Weddig, Mike Wilder, Brian Vellante, Tracy Vassclin. Jahlra 
Velez. Front Row- Lin Wcntworth, Pam Young, Joy WcslU \ Julie 
Ward, Kerri Verrochi, Valerie Williams, Christine Waitr. 



237 



MCJROTC 




Bottom row (left to right)- Vinnie Qraceffa, Steve Lozano, Jason Furbish, Todd Robinshaw, Betty Rosado, Jeanette Colon, 
David Perkins, James Shread. Middle row- Dunia Velez, lngrid Didio, Lucas Mandrahan, Bob Griffin, Peter Brennan, Eric Whelan, 
Chris Moulaison, Mike Qebo, Msgt. William Dugan. Top row- Michelle Pagan, Linda Velez, Charlie Wentworth, Dan Rosado, 
Brian Qaudet, David Chevalier, Shane Milligan, Randy Whelan. 



French Club 




Sitting (left to right)- Jen Aucoin, Vineeth Varugese, Mary Leger, Ad Breed, Tanya Moushigian, Leah Tortola, Kim Morse. 
Kneeling- Kevin Parent, Amanda Youg, Sharon LeQrow, Susan Luvisi, Michelle Fredette, Elizabeth Taylor, Lisa Aucoin. 
Standing- Ms. Susan Meade (advisor), Patricia Rametta, Nicole Bouchard, Roseann Foley, Lisa Cotton, Elizabeth Paul, Shaen 
LeBlanc, Julie Champion, Cindi Blais, Ruth Chlapowski, Heather Short, Teri McHugh, Erin Jacob, Swati Patel. Back row- Lauren 
Eaton, Brian Qaudet, Daniel Qonsalves, Julie Bolles, Christina Molub. 



238 






Italian Club 




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front (left to right)- Ellen Puglielli, Lisa McCoy, Patricia Rametta, Andrea Libertini. Second row- Jen Dean, Silvia Tracanna. 
Maria Caci, Giancarla Bonomo, Tina Scafidi, Tracey Forte, Andrea Arricale, Danielle DePace, Laura Quillete, Kerry Blakely. 
Diana Cincotta, Monica Pandolfi, Mr. Pizzi, Carla Salvucci, Melissa Heggar, Dominique Jacobs, Dina Ventura, Lori Melanson, 
Grace Calore, Lori Amelia. Third row- Marisa Pizzi, Denise Messina, Mike Forte. Fourth row- Susie Santos, Sandra Maione, 
Sergio Magno, Chris Jacovides, Steven Puglielli, Keith Qigliotti, John Arcuri, Rupen Scultanian, Bob Pouliot, Chris Andrews, 
Scott Lano, Dave Maione. Top Fabio Fragale 



Spanish Club 







Front (left to right): Karen Martin, Tanya Magopian, Angelique Kefalas, Christine Kazanjian. Qretchen Lucas. Julie TrumbOUl 
Julie Souza, Sally hickerson. Kim Harrington. Middle- Patricia Rametta. Elizabeth Paul. Andrea Libertini, Suzanne rlardirmin 
Ann Kontos. Erin Whelan. Betsy Marangoly. Back- Rachel Barber. Lisa Lawdis. Michelle Qarside. John Grossi. Jill Wcslev Kim 
Lam. Eric LeBoff, Ken Freda. 



239 



Latin Club 




Front row (left to right)- Emmanuella Lapaix, Brian Farrell, Mark Gallagher, Jeff Ryan, Matt Griffin, Keith Mastie, Mosea Liskov. 
Second row- Brian Gearty, Jodi Walker, Erika Keirstead, Malinda Laudate, Midhi Chandra, Jen Connors, Chris Giunta, Ann 
Kontos, Lisa McCoy, Gretchen Lucas, Peter Kefalas, Jim Juliano. Third row- Ms. Blair, Chris Jensen, Bob McKenna, Melissa 
Collins, Kerrie Donovan, Maura Murphy, Eileen Fleming, Jean Goodwin, Angelike Kefalas, Kim Lam, Jen Richards, Meel 
Pandeya, Lisa Kolosiej. Fourth row- Steven Chang, Mike Fay, Dan Driscoll, Mischal Chandra, Mike Emberley. 



SADD 







Members of Students Against Drunk Driving 



240 



Math Tutors 




Front row (left to right)- Joe Mart, Jennifer Aucoin, Betsy Marangoly, Rachel English, Lisa Mazzola, Lisa Aucoin. Back row- 
Vineeth Varughese, Tina Meuse, Mary Ann McKenna, Cassandra Jarnis, Matt Goldberg, Amy Ward, Deena Bataresh, Jessica 
Demoy, Jodi Walker, Melissa Heggar, Nicole Glass, Shelly LeBrun, Kerri DiMauro. 



Peer Education/Leadership Program 




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Left to right- Jessica Demoy, Amy Ward, Amy Jordan, Allison Mardiman, Chrissie Forbes, Michele O'Connor, Tyler Smith. 
Mike Chiasson, Reggie Saladin, Ryan Brophy, Stacey Delaney, Jenn Connors, Lauren Luchette, Stephen McGovern, Rachel 
Barber. 



Media Center Aides 




Left to right- Nidhi Chandra, Lisa Aucoin, Reggie Saladin. Jill Wesley. Grace Calorc. Christine Bolio. 



241 






newspaper Staff 




Bottom (left to right)- Betsy Marangoly, Christina Molub, Kristen Roberts, Lillian Cheng, Jennifer Dean. Top- Tali Kastner, 
Brian Dean, Brian Qaudet, Karen Corkum, Vineeth Varughese, Helene Grossman. 



T.V. Club 




Left to right- Mike Lawless, Kris Kelly, Nike Wade, Chris Miggins, Sharon Legrow, Nischal Chandras, Mr. Matthews, Eric 
Bergeron, Kim Levering, Jim Inziriello and Matt Sullivan. 



242 



YMCA Youth And Government 



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Left to right- Rachel Barber, Jennie White. Advisor- M. Cochran, Advisor- T. Qrinell, Heather Ray, Steve McQovern, Ryan 
Moody. 



Writing Center Peer Editors 




Bottom (left to right)- Cassie Qalette, Karen Corkum, Vineeth Varughese, Jennifer Arcese, Melissa Megger, Amy Ward. 
Top row- Linda Deveaux, Robin Curry, Sharon Legrow, Laura Magazu, Lauren Luchette, Jen Dean, Ms. Rosemary 
Geary (advisor) 



Distributive Education 




Front row (left to right)- Crystal Parent, Tara Hughes, Manelva Zeda, Tracey Catapano, Evelyn Diana, Paula Porier, 
Christine Allain. Back row- Mr. OTieil, Mary O'Connell, Lisa Bourque, Stacey Sacco, Robin Quaranto, John Vallerand. 



The Abstract Literary Magazine 




Left to right- Ms. Rosemary Geary (co-advisor) Vineeth Varughese, Amanda Young, Mary Leger, Mrs. Barbara 
Matthews (co-advisor). 



Good Luck Seniors 

from Homeroom 

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Best of Luck Seniors 

from Homeroom 

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Best of Wishes 

from Homeroom 

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Best of Luck 

from Homeroom 

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from Homeroom 

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from Homeroom 

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Good Luck 

from Homeroom 

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Congratulations and 

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High School Cafeteria Workers 



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Thanks for everything, Mr. Hallionl!! 

C-Block Woodworking class 1989-1990 




Bottom Row (left to right)- Mr. Hallion, Ed Power, Ken Arsenault, Santino Calore, Eric Jasukow. Middle Row- Ricky 
Ly, Joe Cucchi, Shawn Palmer, Mark Boulton, Jim Owens. Back Row- Chris Shaw, Chris McCullough, nick 
Semenza, Derrick Smith, Chip Qatti, Rick Vittum. Not pictured- Ryan Carrafiello, Eric Bisson, Candido Fernandez, 
Tu Trinh, Fabio Fragale. 



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(left to right)- Lenny Cotugno, Gerard Auguste, Jack MacDonald, Argishti Chaparian, Michael Ashe 



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Jennifer Cincotta, Melissa Megger, Lisa Kolosiej, Sheila 
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A COOPERATIVE BANK 

Salutes the Graduates and Families 

of the 

Class of 1990! 



As a leader in educational financing, Pioneer Financial understands 
the importance of a solid education and the hard work 

it takes to achieve it. 



Let Pioneer Financial assist you to a brighter future. 
We're committed to helping undergraduate, graduate and professional 
students by providing a variety of competitive loan programs designed 

to help you reach your educational goals. 



Visit one of our branches. 

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Telephone 893-5038 



Carta Salvucci. Mr. Joseph Salvo, and 
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YORK. 

Heating and Air Conditioning 



REM SERVICE CO., INC. 

HEATING - AIR CONDITIONING - REFRIGERATION 
686 Lincoln Street, Waltham, MA 02154 



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WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02154 

893-5038 Office 

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Dan Antonellis. Brandy Smith. Tracy Burke. Jim Cas- 
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Keri MacDonald, 
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FRED SALVUCCI CORP. 

24 BANCROFT STREET WALTHAM. MASS. 02154 

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121 Hammond Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 



Jell \ icnricau and Rich Vittum 



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Bottom row (Ictl to right): Mark uallagner, ehris 
Shaw. Chris Casey, Scott McCue. Top row: Kevin 
Ryan. Mike Prifti. Pete Vaecaro. Mike Gill. Shawn 
Souza. John O'Brien. Steve Pugliclli and Brendon 
Legros. 



Mass Hardware 
Home Centers 

170 High Street 
Waltham, MA 02154 



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Waltham, MA 02154 



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Lori Logan, Peter Gigliotti, Kristin Jannetti, and 
Don Frost. 



CHARLES MANERO 
CATERING CO., INC. 

16 Fountain Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



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Commonwealth 
Financial Group 

1430 Main St., Waltham, MA 02154 
(617) 890-0300 



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THE KIRSCH OFFICE 



DEDICATED TO THE CLASS OF 1990 



Your Class of 1990 
Soon will be leaving Waltham High 
And fondly, and somewhat sadly, 
You'll bid high school days, goodbye. 

You'll take with you many memories 
Of the happy years you shared, 
With friends, and students, and teachers 
While for the future, you prepared. 

That some future now awaits you 
As graduation nears; 
You'll proudly accept the challenge 
But you'll have your doubts and fears. 



Take courage, you who graduate 
You have so much to give; 
You'll be the ones, who'll find the road 
To a better way we live. 

Your path may be to college 
Or to busy industry; 
Whatever you have chosen, 
Do it faithfully. 

Farewell, Class of 1990 

Our hopes all go with you; 

We all take pride and wish you well, 

In everything you do. 



THE KIRSCH OFFICE-REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. 



Louis J. Kirsch 3rd 
Jane Kirsch 
Laura Short 
Ken Brown 



Welton D. Brown 
Fred Wilder 3rd 
Barbara Dupille 
Dewey Brown 







Waltham Fire Fighters Union 




LOCAL 866 - I. A. F. F. 

175 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 

(617)647-0866 



Melissa Galvin. 




Sandra Maione 




Lisa Cotton 



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Celebrating 65 Years 

Helping To Build 

This Corner of America 




IDEAL CONCRETE BLOCK COMPANY 



Get the security that comes from dealing with 65 
years of tradition. The IDEAL tradition pays off for 
you in consistent quality, service and support. 

Get the strongest commitment in the business. 
We started with one hand-operated machine in 
1922. Today, we operate four state-of-the-art 
manufacturing facilities, meeting the needs of our 
customers throughout New England. 



We continue to help our customers build this 
corner of America by providing them with the 
most thorough selection of superior quality 
products and supplies available in New England. 

Our expert technical and sales staff works closely 
with architects, engineers and contractors, 
providing them with helpful information and 
problem-solving support. 



Depend on tradition. Rely on Ideal Concrete Block Company for quality, service and support. 

We're in your corner. 

IDEAL CONCRETE BLOCK COMPANY 

Main Office: 232 Lexington Street, Waltham, MA 021 54 (61 7) 894-3200 55 Power Road. Westford, MA 01 886 (61 7) 692-3076 








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Mike Gill and Carla Salvucci. 



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Cubby Oil Co., Inc. 

20 Medford Street 

Somerville, MA 

876-1885 





Jen Qandolfo and Jen Englehart. 

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ARKWRIGHT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY 



HOBBS GROUP, INC. 
HOBBS BROOK OFFICE PARK 







Susan Frost and Paul Chiasson 



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Julie Champion and .u-m iviidCioppd. 



291 




Melissa Megger and sisters Samantha and Kayla 



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Best Wishes 



to the 

WALTHAM HIGH 

SCHOOL 

Class of 1990 




Raytheon 

Where Quality Starts With Fundamentals 
EQUIPMENT DIVISION WALTHAM 







Robin Quaranto and John Vallerand 



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Michael Chiasson and Julie Kohler 



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on mastering 
the fundamentals 



Raytheon Company 
Microwave and Power Tube 
Division 

190 Willow Street 
Waltham MA 02254 



Raytheon 



Where quality starts with fundamentals. 







Julie Gorman, Jen Qandolfo and Ruth 
Chlapowski. 



WAL - LEX HARDWARE 
JOSEPH GANDOLFOJR. 
862 Lexingion St • Waltham. Mass 02154 
Tel.: 899-8999 




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Back row: Nicole Lingos. Kcri MacDonald. and Marisa 
Pizzi. Middle- Carla Salvucci. Sitting K.n.i ROOKC) 




Paul Cacciatore 



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World Famous 

Mennucci duality Pasta 

Since 1880 

Mennucci Pasta Products are the SOLUTION 
for BETTER STORES and GOURMET STORES! 

^We honor America 

with flavor!* 



Mennucci Pasta Products: 

Regular Macaroni 

Spaghetti 

Genoa - Style Pasta 

Egg Noodles 

Spinach Noodles 

Whole Wheat Spaghetti 

Tortellini 

Raviolini 



EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL and OLIVE OIL 



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The largest Assortment 

Distributed all over the 
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RINO GNESI CO., INC. 

(United States Agent for Mennucci) 

410 RIVERSIDE AVE. MEDFORD, MASS 

617 - 395 - 8821 



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BEST WISHES 

FROM 

WALTHAM 

EDUCATORS 

ASSOCIATION 

1990 

SCHOLARSHIP 

RECIPIENTS 





Laura Cooley- 

Qraduate 

of 

Boston Latin 



Kathleen Burke 



Mark Gallagher 




FLAHERTY OIL CO., IMC. 

307 RIVER ST. 
WALTHAM, MA. 894-2878 



Waltham High Senior Football Players. 





SALON 
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14 WARREN ST., WALTHAM, MA 02154 

893-2411 



Left to right Kerrl OiMauro. Nicole Glass. Amy Jor- 
dan and Jen Arcese. 



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Karen Corkum and Lauren Eaton 



Automatic 
Data Processing 



New England Region 
225 Second Avenue 
PO Box 9081 

Waltham MA 02254 9081 
617 890-2500 




Waltham Wind Ensemble 



Congratulations Class Of 1990 

Century 21® 

WEST REALTY, INC. 

40 Crescent Street. Waltham 

894-5280 

SALES 

RENTALS 

& 

APPRAISALS 

Put number 1 to work for you.® 



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Congratulations Denise and Stacey 
"Simply The Best" 

Josephs Two 



805 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 

899-4754 



Stacey Sacco. Denise Arena and Families 



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David Sarkisian and Maura Murphy. 



Pepsi-Cola East 



Waltham, Mass. 02154 




Left to right- Marisa Pizzi, Carla Salvucci, Keri Mac- 
Donald, Kara Rooney, and Nicole Lingos. 



NECO ELECTRIC LIGHT & SUPPLY CO., INC. 
411 Waverly Oaks Road » P.O. Box 11 10 • Waltham, MA 02254 ♦ FAX (617) 891-6804 



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(617)891-6602 



Colonial Shopping Center 

85 River Street 
Waltham, MA 02154 



Marc Jordan, Amy Jordan, and Austin Jordan. 




CONGRATULATIONS! 
DOMINATE THE DECADE 
CLASS OF 1990 

BRENDAN M CONNORS 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 



(617) 899 7266 



114 CENTRAL STREET 
WALTHAM MA 02154 



Joe Alfeo, Monica Pandolfi. Ron Devine Amanda 
Young. Lisa McCoy and Joe Frenna. 




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Brenda Demers. 





ARTISAN INDUSTRIES 

73 POND ST. 

WALTHAM, MA 02254-9193 






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Linda Deveaux and Robin Curry. 



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ANTHONY J. ANTICO 
PRESIDENT 



70 CHARLES RIVER ROAD 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02154 







Michael Qill and the Boys 




899-5335 



893-0940 



POULIOT BROS. 
BLUE BOARD INC. 

185 BROWN ST. WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 




Boh 1'iHiliot 



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Lisa Williams, Kelly Brazil, Denise Arena, Joanne 
Barba, Lynne Vellante and Nicole Lally. 



Lisa Cotton and David Weeks. 



Harvey Industries, Inc. 



43 Emerson Rd. 
Waltham, MA 02154 




Quest Quarters Suite 
Hotel 

550 Winter St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 




Qardencrest 



25 Summer St. 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 




Cyndi Blais and Debbie DeVincent. 




Roseanne Foley. 



Richard S. Huff 




Memorial Scholarship 


Fund 


Best Wishes To The Class Of 1990 


1989 Sharon Boudreau 1977 Curtis O Hara 


1965 Mary Mansberry 


1988 Mark Puglielli 1976 Francis J. Feeney 


1964 Richard Hood 


1987 Albert Velella 1975 Mary Ellen Yarossi 


1963 Vivian Grasser 


1986 Giselle LeBlanc 1974 Robert Faulstich 


1962 John MacDonald 


1985 Martha Collins 1973 Patricia Griffin 


1961 John Hanagan 


1984 Andrea Gallagher 1972 Loretta Sampson 


1960 John Eglitis 


1983 Steven Connors 1971 Stephen Campbell 


1959 Carolyn Gage 


1982 Donald Martin 1970 Patricia Regan 


1958 Leroy Prophet 


1981 Robert Carleton 1969 Daniel Furbush 


1957 Brenda Mason 


1980 Lawrence Carme 1968 Robert Clark 


1956 Evelyn Daniels 


1979 Barbara hurley 1967 Dominic Viscione 


1955 Joseph Scalia 


1978 Nicholas DiCiaccio 1966 Eileen O Neil 





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Mr. Cormier, Brian Cormier, and Mrs. Cormier. 



S.W.A.T. 

125 Technology Drive 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



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SAL'S 

Pizza • Seafood 
Subs & More 

893-8993 • 893-7887 



470 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 02154 



Sal Pinzone 
Jim Pinzone 



Sitting (left to right)- Kara Rooney, Carla Salvucci. 
Keri MacDonald, Marisa Pizzi. Standing- John 
O Brien. Mark Gallagher. Scott McCue. Mike Gill. 
Pete Vaccaro, Justin Brown, Steve Puglielli. 



Congratulations to the 

Waltham High School 

Class of 1990 



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Bentley College 

Waltham, Massachusetts 




Left to right: Keri MacDonald, Kevin Parent, Kara 
Rooney, Peter Vaccaro, Nicole Lingos, John 
O'Brien, Marisa Pizzi, Bob Pouliot, Carla Salvucci 
and Michael Gill. 



DUNKIN' 
DONUTS 

Randall A. Plante 

Franchise Owner 

859 Main Street Waltham, MA 02154 • 617-893-8641 





Robin Curry and Linda Deveaux. 



(Comtnonforaltb of 3KassachuBctts 



CHARLES F. GRACEFFA 

MAGISTRATE 



TRIAL COURT OF THE COMMONWEALTH 
EASTERN MIDDLESEX DIVISION 

OFFICE: 894-4500 COURT HOUSE 

RES: 894-4730 WALTHAM, MASS. 02254 



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Robert Moody. 



BEST OF LUCK 
SENIORS 

from 

CLASS OF 1993 



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John Forbes and Amy Jordan. 



Ancient Order of Hibernians 



151 Watertown, Mass. 02154 
924-9692 





Michael Gill and Friends. 



Waltham Rotary 



P.O. Box 262 
Waltham, MA 02154 



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Uaf/erand & Sons 



CUSTOM INTERIOR PAINTING 
PROFESSIONAL WALLCOVERINGS 



74 PLYMPTON ST. 
WALTHAM. MA 02154 



Joanne Barba, Denise Arena, and Sal Barba. 




Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1990 

St. Joseph's Parish 

519 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 



Nicole Bouchard. Eric Lombardi. Tina Meuse Josh 
[\i\id fara Donovan, and Dj\u\ Weeks. 




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Rockland Construction Crew. 



ROCKLAND CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 

49 Rockland Ave. Arlington, MA 02174 
Skip Salvo 

Excavating Foundations 

Trucking Masonry 

Asphalt Paving Water/Sewer Connections 

Snow Removal & Sanding 




Robin Curry, Mary Delaney, and Karen Corkum. 



ESTABLISHED tSIO 



INCORPORATED 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
249 MAIN STREET WALTHAM. MASSACHUSETTS Q21 94 



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l. salvucci inc. 



Mason Contractor 

24 Albert Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 

894-4786 



Left to right: John O'Brien, Nicole Lingos. Mike 
QUI. Carla Salvucci, Bob Pouliot, Marisa Pizzi. Keri 
Mac Donald, Kevin Parent, Kara Rooney, and Pete 
Vaccaro. 




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WALTER W. RICHARDSON INC. 



SCRAP METAL DEALER 



Betty Taylor. Markku Tin Jenn Griffin, and Jim Fer- 
dinand. 



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Amy Jordan, Fr. John Jennings, and Linda De- 
veaux. 



Saint Jude's Rectory 



147 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 




The rive Horseman. 



RED CAB 
894-5000 

And 

CENTRAL 

SQUARE TAXI 

24 Hour Radio Dispatched Taxis 
893-2000 894-2000 




INDEPENDENT 

WORLDWIDE 

LODGING 



Best Western Homestead 



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220 Ale wife Brook Pkwy. 
Cambridge, MA. 02138 



(617) 491-1890 



1-800-528-1234 



Congratulations Class Of 1990 
From 



John O'Brien and Micole Lingos. 




pin/nacle 



air salon 



473 main st. 
waltham, ma. 




IScri MacDonald Marisa Pizzi and Carla Sal- 
vucci. 



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Jennifer Englehart, Melissa Metallides, Denise 
Messina, and Amy Ward. 



WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK BUILDING 

ONE MOODY STREET - FIFTH FLOOR 

WALTHAM, MA 02154 (617) 647-0984 




Left to right: George Gumey, Mary Smith, Tom 
Sumner, Melanie Rogers, Cassandra Jamis, Brian 
Justrom. 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1990 

Coleman & Sons 

451 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 

(617) 894-7100 



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84 Seattle Street 

P.O. Box 900 

Boston, MA 02134-0900 

617-782-3600 
TAX787-2513 



CONTRACTORS, INC. 



Left to right: Monica Pandolfi, Carla Salvucci. and 
Maura Campbell. 





THE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION OF 

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 
CONGRATULATE THE MEMBERS OF THE 

CLASS OF 1990 



EVELYN E. HANDLER 
PRESIDENT 





Lisa Cotton and family. 



Congratulations 

WAL-LEX RECREATION 
CENTER 



800 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 




Brian Duncan, Amy ferrough, Don Davidson, Rob- 
in Curry, Dave Kachajian, and Hillary Karyanis. 



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894-8598 

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Colonial Shopping Center 
85 River Street, Waltham 





BUSINESS AND TAX 
CONSULTANTS 

520 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 

BENJAMIN PIZZI 



Left to right: Kara Rooney. Marisa Pizzi. Keri Mac- 
Donald, Carla Salvucci. 



No Membership Fee 



Nintendo Rentals 



Waltham's Newest Video Store 
New Releases Arriving Daily 
Computerized for fast Service 





\$ &ClC&4tClCLC 



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Sloie Hows «o» Sj( 10 10 Sa 12-10 




Colleen Kelly, Dave Demerjian, Tyler Smith, and 
Lisa Kett. 



(Mnmal popping (£mtit t Jnr. 



RALPH G. FIORILLO 
85 River Street 

Waltham, MA 02154 
(617) 899-3749 




Left to right: Marc Jordan, Kerri DiMauro, Shelly 
LeBrun, Mike Caracitti, Amy Jordan, and Jason 
Curry. 



D & L Liquors 



111 River St. 

And 

75 Linden St. 

Waltham, MA 02154 



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580 PLEASAMT STREET 

WATERTOWM, MASSACHUSETTS 

02172 




Left-Cori Chiara. nicole Lingos, Susan 
Frost, Julie Kohler and Mr. McQovem. 

Right-David Weeks and Tara Donovan 




AWARDS • PLAQUES • ENGRAVING 

893-6532 (OrriCE) 
AL SCAFIDI 893-8127 (HOME) 



Left-Jennifer Englehart and Diana Fa- 
mosi. 

Right-Susan Frost. Cori Chiara. and Julie 
Kohler with Mr. Travalini. 





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118 Calvary St. 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 







CONGRATULATIONS 



Mama 
Oosie's 



TM 



897 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 021S4 







Left-Jennifer Griffin. 
Right-Eric Hoffmann and friends. 




life 



"excellence 

in 

fasteners" 



electronic fasteners *■«. 



305 winter street 

p.o. box 9182 

waltham research center 

waltham, massachusefts 02254 

telephone |617) 890-7780 



I 




Left-Tara Donovan 

Right-Jennifer Jordan and Amy Jordan. 



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Cookies and Cakes 

BAKERY 
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALITY 



471 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM. MA 02 1 54 



WHOLESALE & RETAIL 





9eler % %lla 



ATTORNEY AT LAW 



689 MAIN STREET 
WALTHAM. MASSACHUSETTS 02154 



OFFICE: (617) 899-6040 
RES: (617) 964-5035 
FAX: (617) 899-0720 



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Left-Michael Chiasson and Julie Kohler. 
Right-Brendan LeQros. 




Tri-State Signal Inc. 

TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATIONS 

26 THAYER ROAD - WALTHAM. MASSACHUSETTS 02154 

1 (617) 484-6200 




894-7438 

831 Main Street, Waltham, MA 

OPEN: Weekdays 8:30 AM to 9 PM 

Saturdays 8:30 AM to 5 PM 



Left-Lori OTieill. Samantha Verhillc. and 
Vichi Coppola. 

Right-Lydia Rosado. 



Congratulate ns on your 

achievements 
from all of us at BayBank. 

BayBank 

Member FDIC 

BayBanks Systems. Inc. 

1025 Main Street 

Waltham N n 02154 

reiephOTK (617) 642-1568 






STACK CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE 

Individual and Familv Care 



DR. ROBERTA A. STACK 



7 Prospect Hill Ave. 
VXiltham, MA 02154 



(617) 891-1722 
By Appointment 





Left-Amy Jordan and Tara Donovan. 
Right-Mike Gill and Carla Salvucci. 



15 Elm St. 

Walt ham, Mast. 02154 

(617) 899-5727 



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INSURANCE RISK 
MANAGEMENT 

460 Totten Pond Road, 

Waltham, MA 02154 

(617) 890-3740 



Left-Lynne Vellante. 

Right-Ron Devine and Amanda Young. 




617-894-1300 

Call for Pre-approved Credit 

Easy to get to 

Follow 128 (95) to exit 27A. Totten Pond Rd. to the end 
Right-quarter mile on left hand side 

215 Lexington Street • Exit 27A Route 128 
Waltham, MA 02154 
Mon.-Thurs. 9-i 




53 Felton Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



John A. Conneamey & 
Sons Inc. 

PLUMBING & HEATING 

LICENSE #6583 

23 SUNSET ROAD- 

WALTHAM, MA 02154 





Left-Minelva Zeda and Family. 

Right-Linda Deveaux, Kathleen Burke, 
Robin Curry, and Mary Delaney. 



66 Brewster Rd 
Waltham, MA 02154 




Left-Nicole Bouchard and Tina Meuse. 

Right-Sitting (left to right) Stacey Sacco 
Cindy Breton. On shoulders-Cyndi Blais 
Kristin Carson. 





DUN KIN' 
DONUTS 



859 Main Street Waltham, 
MA 02154 • 617-893-8641 



Left-Kenny Donis, Michael T. Chiasson, 
and Lenny Cotugno. 

Right-Front: Tracy Bullerwell and Denise 
Messina. Top: Maura Murphy, Amy Ward, 
Julie Rando, Jennifer Englehart, Michelle 
Croteau, and Lauren Luchette. 





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Left: Grace Calore. 
Right: Jeannette Z. Colon. 



Treating Children 
andAclolescents 



647-08C4- 

WAUHAM -HOSPITAL MEDICAL BLOC. 
ZOttOPfcAVL. • WALTHAM.MA 02154 





MAIN OmCE 

49 School Street 

Watertown, Massachusetts 

02172 





Accountant • Tax Consultant 
FINANCIAL SPECIALIST 



751 Main Street 
Waltham, MA. 02154 




HI 

Left-Keni DiMauro. 

Right-Jennifer Englehart and Amy Ward 




Surburban Phthalmic 
Surgeons 

George B. Citron, M.D. 

Donald Wm. Putnoi, M.D. 

1 Hope Ave. 

Waltham, MA 02154 



Left-Susan rrost and Carl Mills. 
Right-Roseann Foley and Nicole Lally 





HOME COOKING • REASONABLE PRICES 

223 HIGH ST. WALTHAM 

899-4505 





B&F'S HOUSE OF PIZZA 



227 Lake St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



Left-Lauren Luchette and Carla Salvucci 
Right-Robert Gosselin. 




Regan and Sons 
Insurance Agency, Inc. 



336 



100 Hammond Street 
Waltham, MA 02154 

James E. Regan 
Tim Regan 



$£- 




Left-Keni Mill. 

Right-Kerri DiMauro, Micole Glass, Amy 
Jordan, and Jen Arcese. 



Waltham Police 



155 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 







610 Trapelo Road 
Waltham, MA 02154 



EDWARD S. O'NEILL 

LIC ELECTRICIAN 
CONTROLS. PUMPS & ALARMS 



INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL 
& COMMERCIAL WIRING 



82 LAWRENCE ST 
WALTHAM. MA 02) S4 




Left-Patrick, Shannon, Brian, Kathyleen 
and James Kelly. 




Right-Michele LeBrun and Mike Can-acini 




Left-Lori O'Neill. Ed O'Neill. Darren Wag- 
goner, and Kevin Mogan. 

Right-Kerri DiMauro. 



Horace I. Johnson 
Drug Co., Inc. 

617 MAIN ST.. OPP CITY MALL 

WALTHAM. MA 

Phone: 893-3870 

Stephen and Diane Bemardi 

Open Seven Days 

8 AM - 9 PM Mon. - Pri. 

Sat. /Sun./ holidays 





131 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 




OUR FILE NO. 



Eaceg & lac*a, $. &• 

AttorneQS at Cam 

711 J8ain Street 

fflaltljatn, i9HasBaci|UBetta 02154 




Left-Tara Donovan. 
Right-Melanie Rogers. 



RESERVOIR NURSING HOME 

1841 Trapelo Road 

Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 

(61 7) 890-5000 




Left-Shawn Souza. 

Right-Kelly Brazil and Lynne Vellante 




P.O. BOX 227 

WALTHAM. MASSACHUSETTS 02154 




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colviiys, inc. 



185 PROSPECT STREET 
WALTHAM, MA 02154 




Left-Tara Donovan, Mary Delaney, Micole 
Bouchard and Kathy Burke. 



Right-Julie Bolles and Lauren Eaton. 



Photo Quick 

1097 Lexington Street 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 

899-7624 



Left-Karen Corkum and Bill Scanlon. 
Right-Cool Kids. 




HMOR and Ml'RPM\ 
NOMt Mt*T ENGINanNG CO. 

I ucl Oils - Oil Burners tlcjting A" Cooling 




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Left-Cathy Connor and friend. 
Right-Julie Rando and Kerri DiMauro 



PACKARD 



Hewlett-Packard Company 

Patient Monitoring Business Unit 

175 Wyman Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 02254-9030 




Left-Lisa Cotton, Linda Deveaux, Nicole 
Bouchard after receiving their Hewlett- 
Packard Scholarships. 

Right-Robin Curry. 



TOWIMC 

• [•VICE 



Pilgrim Auto Body 

53 Felton Street 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Complete Auto Body Repair and Frame Straightening 
We specialize in Corvettes, Mercedes A. BMWs 

Nick Martorilli 



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314 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 





Left-Andrea Thompson, Vikki Coppola, 
Lourcie Qenece, and Lily Kouyoumdjian. 
Standing-Jessica Power, Leanne Deluco, 
Lucien, Miss Judy, Monique Leger, Caro- 
line Kalfayan, Blaine, and Kelly Brazil. 

Right-Shirley Collette and Peter Anderer. 



\^ Joi'<Jti iAJt**itc,ti vOrtrtifl J 

• Witt ship anywhere in the 1.5. 
fler 7 Bolton Marine Industrial P»rK 290 ""ortrvtrn Ave Bolton <1.A 02210 




Left-Julie Kohler and Cori Chiara. 

Right: Kerri Mill, Amy Jordan, Susie San- 
tos, Shelly LeBrun, Kerri DiMauro, Nicole 
Glass and Jen Arcese. 



Lakeview Superette 

225 Lake Street 
Waltham, MA 02154 




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455 Totten Road 

Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 

Phone: (617)890-3000 



WHITE'S GARAGE, INC. 

39 FELTON ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 

617-094-2003 24 HOUR 

Radio Dispatched 

HEAVY DUTY TOWING • AUTOMOBILE • ROAD SERVICE 
• RAMP TOWING • AIR CUSHION SERVICE • REPAIRS 





JtSt*. 



Left-Susan Frost, Cori Chiara, and Micole 
Lingos. 

Right-Joanne Barba, Micole Bouchard 
and Tara Donovan. 



Left-Brendan LeQros. 

Right-Ann Margaret Basile and date. 



1159 Main Street • Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 



(617) 894-6326 
Telex 4956507 



Susan M. Chebookjian 
Vice President 




Mariam I. Flaherty 

Attorney at Law 



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Left-Nicole Lally and Lynne Vellante. 
Right-Wayne Brasco. 




Wa lth am -Weston Hospital 



Hope Ave. 
Waltham, MA 02154 



Left-Kerri DiMauro. 

Right-Tara Donovan and family. 



Rogers Pharmacy 

923 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 





599 Main Street Waltham. Massichusetu 02154 

John A. DeGtb 

Laurccn Milchcll Donovan 

(617)899-7400 
Rcsuttntiol* Commtroal* In.rstneni 



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HAIR SKIN NAILS 



Left-Kelly Brazil and Family 
Right-Cathy Connor. 




GUARANTY-FIRST BANK 



Wish the Class of 1990 
Much Success!!! 



1290 Main Street. 564 Main Street. 
876 Lexington Street, 1 14 River Street 
Phone 899-2100 



344 





Left-Evelyn Diana. Andrea Thompson, 
Christine Allain, and Tracy Catapano. 

Right-Mark Gallagher and Michael QUI. 



Suburban Transmission 



235 High St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 








Left-Tara Donovan. 

Right-Melissa Megger and Sheryl Morris 
sette. 





Joseph Gerard Riley, M.D. 

418 Main St. ' 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 
Tel: (617) 893-6790 




Left-Matthew Kieman. 
Right-Brendan LeQros. 




TIM L YtNS 

210 LEXINGTON ST. • WALTHAM. MASS 02154 




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Left-Kelly Nee and Jen Qandolfo. 
Right-Tara Donovan and David Weeks. 



Best Wishes 
Class of '90 

Studio of Creative 

Movement 

dance and fitness for all ages 

Joanne Peros Sinerate, 

Director 




ARC 

WELDING CO., INC. 

Construction Equipment Specialists 
AH Types cf Welding & Vacnine Shoo Services 

44 Williams Street 
Waltham MA 021 54 



Left-Lisa Kett and 
Dave Demerjian. 



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Good Luck from 



Regan and Sons 
Insurance Agency, Inc. 



100 Hammond Street 
Waltham, MA 02154 



James E. Regan 
Tim Regan 



1990 
Class Prophecy 



dominating 
the 

decade 



The battle is on! Playing against the boys is just what Olympic 
athletes Amy Jordan and Susie Santo are preparing to do with their 
competitive challengers Mark Gallagher and Mike Gill. These four 
opponents will engage in a dangerous triathalon which will begin 
tomorrow at 8:00 A.M. 

The sports announcer will be Kevin Forbes, assisted by journalist 
and analyst Kristin Roberts. Illustrative programs for this event 
have been designed by professional artists: Michelle Fredette, Eric 
Hoffman, and Bob Moody. 

Security has been provided by Shawn Souza and John O'Brien. 

In case of accidents, injuries or trivial emergencies, doctors 
Carolynn Dougherty and Julie Bolles will be along-side the action 
and ready to intervene. 

Transportation to this event will be provided by Grand Prix 
Champion Kevin Ryan and his selection of prize winning classics. 
Music and entertainment will include the sweet harmony of Patty 
Bellini, Melanie Rogers and Dave Demerjian, accompanied by a 
back-up band led by Greg Tomasetti. Boston Ballet dancers, Laura 
Magazu and Kara Rooney will also be included in the music pro- 
gram. 

The challenge of the decade will soon be under way, people take 
your places please, history is about to be made. The Waltham 
Legends live on! 

-Kerri DiMauro 





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1 990 in review 

The last year of our high school career was one that effected 
many lives in both tragedy and success. With the beginning of the 
new decade, many events shaped our senior year. The Stuart 
tragedy, with the deceit and derangement of Charles Stuart, 
effected everyone. The sorrow and hatred that we all shared for 
the Stuart's is one that is going to be remembered. 

This year the box office draws were Batman with Michael 
Keaton and Jack Nicholson and Born on the 4th of July with Tom 
Cruise. Batman became the new fad of the 90's, with everyone 
wanting Batman shirts, hats, etc. The ratings soared, as it did with 
Tom Cruise. In music, Paula Abdul was a hit. She danced and sang 
her way into the top ten. 

Sports was a big event in our year. The Pete Rose scandal 
shocked and shattered the image he had. On the other side of 
sports, the Boston Bruins worked their way up to the pennant 
games and shined for a while until their luck ran out. 

In the spring of 1989, the students of Beijing fought for their 
political rights in Tienamen Square. A bloody massacre ensued 
when the Chinese government sent its troops to stop the students 
from further protesting China's system of Communism. Bullets 
were fired directly into mobs of students, killing hundreds. In 
September of 1989, Hurricane Hugo destroyed much of the 
Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico with its 135 mph winds. The total 
cost of damage following the five day rampage was over $8 
billion. On October 17, 1989, a fierce earthquake struck the San 
Francisco area, collapsing the Bay Bridge and killing many peo- 
ple. The quake measured 7. 1 on the Richter scale and caused $ 10 
billion damage. 

In the midst of all this tragedy, 1990 brought some needed 
changes into the world, new found freedom came to Europe 
when the Berlin wall was torn down. President Bush and Mikail 
Gorbachev are working together towards World peace. People 
have become more aware and concerned about the environment 
as the nation celebrated "Earth Day 1990." 

As we look back on the past year, we reflect many things that 
changed our lives. Many of these events we will forget but many 
will change the way we live and keep them as memories of our 
high school years. 

Written by 

Kerri Hill 

Kathy Green 







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CLASS SUPERLATIVES 



The following students were chosen by their classmates for their excellence in a specific area. 




MOST POPULAR 
Mike Gill Amy Jordan 



MOST ATHLETIC 
John O'Brien Julie Rando 





CLASS GENIUS 



Kevin Parent 



Keri MacDonald 




BEST LOOKING 

Mike Fernandes Monica Pandolfi 



BEST DRESSED 

Dan Antonellis Melissa Metallides 



CLASS SUPERLATIVES 




PERSONALITY PLUS 
Peter Vaccaro Amy Jordan 



BEST ALL AROUND 
Tom Qenova Kara Rooney 





MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 



Carla Salvucci 




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MOST TALKATIVE CLASS CLOWM 

Ryan Carrafiello Dina Iannuzzo Carlo Cimino Dcnisc Arrn.i 



CLASS SUPERLATIVES 




BEST SMILE BEST DANCER 

Rick Riley Susan Frost Mike Jackson Laura Magazu 





DID MOST TOR THE CLASS 
Steven Puglielli Melissa Hegger 




CLASS FLIRT 
Ryan Carrafiello Danyelle DiQregorio 



CLASS ARTIST 
Robert Moody Amanda Young 



CLASS SUPERLATIVES 




CLASS MUSICIAN 
Greg Tomasetti Katie Lenza 



BEST in DRAMA 
Darren Waggoner Sharon Legrow 





MOST RESPECTED 



Mark Gallagher 



Marisa Pizzi 








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BEST COUPLE 
Peter Vaccaro Kara Rooney 



BEST EYES 
Mike T. Chiasson Danyelle DiGregorio 






Colleges Attending 



Antonio Allia 
Loryann Amelia 
Stacy Annese 
Daniele Antonellis 
Jennifer Arcese 
Denise Arena 
Kenneth Arsenault 
Gerard Auguste 
Daniel Babin 
Timothy Aucoin 
Joanne Barba 
Salvatore Barba 
Carole Bastarache 
Ann Basile 
Deena Batarseh 
Patricia Bellini 
Cynthia Blais 
Eric Bison 
Hicole Bouchard 
Julie Bolles 
Mark Boulton 
Wayne Brasco 
Matthew Brennan 
Cynthia Breton 
Justin W. Brown 
Tracy Bullerwell 
Maura Campbell 
Lizbeth Cardona 
Christopher Casey 
Chad Champeon 
Steven Chang 
Michael D. Chiasson 
Michael T. Chiasson 
Paul Chiasson 
Ruth Chlapowski 
Jennifer Cincotta 
Freddie Collazo 
Jeannette Colon 
Dawn Conzo 
Janice Coppi 
Karen Corkum 
Brian Cormier 
nancy Cotto 
Lisa Cotton 
John Cowie 
Michele Croteau 
Robin Curry 
Donald Davidson 
Mary Delaney 
David Demerjian 
Linda Deveaux 
Deborah DeVincent 
Evelyn Diana 

Danyelle DiQregorio 
Kerri DiMauro 



Wentworth Inst, of Technology 

Bentley College 

Air Force 

U. Mass at Boston 

Stonehill College 

Framingham State College 

Wentworth Inst, of Technology 

northeastern University 

Mass Bay Community College 

Bentley College 

U. Mass at Boston 

Mass Bay Community College 

Hewbury College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Worcester Polytechnic Inst. 

Aquinas Junior College 

Boston College 

Bunker Hill Community Coll. 

Regis College 

Boston College 

new Hampshire Technical Inst. 

Salem State College 

Middlesex Community Coll. 

Marquette University 

Bentley College 

northern Essex Comm. Coll. 

University of Connecticut 

Middlesex Community College 

Wilbraham Academy 

Middlesex Community College 

Mass College of Pharmacy 

Salem State College 

Bentley College 

Salem State College 

Providence College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Bunker Hill Community College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Mass Bay Community College 

University of Lowell 

Regis College 

Bentley College 

Mass Bay Community College 

Bentley College 

Worcester Academy 

University of Rhode Island 

Tufts University 

Framingham State College 

St. Michael's College 

University of Mass at Amherst 

St. Anselm College 

Springfield College 

Massachusetts Bay Community 

College 

Johnson and Wales College 

Merrimack College 



Marie Flore Dumas 
Carolyn Dougherty 
Lauren Eaton 
Jennifer Englehart 
Dawn Famosi 
Diana Famosi 

Michael Femandes 
Deborah Fitzgerald 
Roseann Foley 
Kevin Forbes 
Michelle Fredette 
Joseph Frenna 

Donald Frost 
Susan Frost 

Cassandra Qalette 
Mark Gallagher 
Melissa Galvin 
Jennifer Gandolfo 
Michelle Garside 
Brian Gaudet 
Lourcie Genece 
Romann Genece 
Thomas Genova 
Peter Gigliotti 
Michael Gill 
nicole Glass 
Matthew Goldberg 
Daniel Goncalves 
Julie Gorman 
Kathleen Green 
Jennifer Griffin 
George Gurney 
Raedah Haddad 
Christopher Hadge 
Kimberly Harrington 
Seth Harris 
Steven Harris 
Melissa Hegger 
Diane Hietsch 
Kerri Hill 

Eric Hoffmann 
Dina Iannuzzo 
David Illsley 
Christopher 
Jacovides 
Cassandra Jamis 
Samira Jean-Louis 
Amy Jordan 
David Kachajian 
William Keane 

Carolyn Kalafayan 



Ferris State University 

Fitchburg State College 

Brandeis University 

Bay Path Junior College 

Assumption College 

Massachusetts Bay Community 

College 

Bentley College 

Villanova 

Bentley College 

University of new Hampshire 

University of the Arts 

Southeastern Massachusetts 

University 

Bentley College 

Southeastern Massachusetts 

University 

Loyola University 

Colby College 

Lasell Junior College 

Dean Junior College 

Salem State College 

U. of Tennessee at Knoxville 

Middlesex Community College 

Middlesex Community College 

Stonehill College 

Wentworth Institute of Technology 

Providence College 

Merrimack College 

Brandeis University 

University of Mass at Amherst 

Roger Williams College 

Bridgewater State College 

Middlesex Community College 

northeastern University 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute 

Bentley College 

Wheelock College 

University of Mass at Amherst 

Salem State College 

Boston College 

Springfield College 

Massachusetts Bay Community 

College 

Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale 

Aquinas Junior College 

Boston University 

Bentley College 

Framingham State College 

Boston University 

Merrimack College 

northeastern University 

Southeastern Massachusetts 

University 

Middlesex Community College 



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Brian Kelly 


Westfield State College 


James Owens 


Dean Junior College 


Lisa Kett 


University of Massachusetts at 


Shawn Palmer 


Massachusetts Bay Community 




Amherst 




College 


Matthew Kiernan 


Boston College 


Monica Pandolfi 


Boston University 


Julie Kohler 


Assumption College 


Kevin Parent 


University of Massachusetts at 


Lisa K. Kolosiej 


Regis College 




Amherst 


Matthew Lampasona Suffolk University 


Amitkumar R. Patel 


northeastern University 


Lesli Ann Lane 


Massachusetts Bay Community 


Jitendra K. Patel 


Massachuestts Bay Community 




College 




College 


Emmanuella Lapai> 


; Gordon College 


Benjamin Peal 


Carnegie-Mellon University 


Phillip Lasker 


University of Massachusetts at 


Deborah Peloquin 


Middlesex Community College 




Amherst 


Anita Philip 


Bentley College 


Lisa Lawdis 


University of Lowell 


Marissa Pizzi 


Brandeis University 


Daniel LeBlanc 


Mount Allison University 


James Poirier 


Babson College 


Jade LeBlanc 


Brandeis University 


Robert Pouliot 


Bentley College 


Michael LeBlanc 


Wentworth Institute of Technology 


Michael Prifti 


Dean Junior College 


Shawn LeBlanc 


Suffolk University 


Steven Puglielli 


Bentley College 


Stephanie LeBlanc 


newbury College 


Robin Quaranto 


Middlesex Community College 


Michele LeBrun 


Bentley College 


Elizabeth Ramos 


Pembroke State University 


Mary Leger 


Boston College 


Julie Rando 


Regis College 


Brendan LeQros 


University of Lowell 


Brian Reagan 


Boston University 


Sharon LeQrow 


Emerson College 


Wendy Recine 


Regis College 


Kathryn J. Lenza 


University of Massachusetts at 


Anil Reddy 


Massachusetts Bay Community 




Amherst 




College 


Marsha Lespinasse 


Massachusetts Bay Community 


Richard Riley 


Westfield State College 




College 


Kristen Roberts 


University of Massachusetts at 


Micole Lingos 


Ithaca College 




Amherst 


Lawrence Linscott 


Wentworth Institute of Technology 


Melanie Rogers 


Brandeis University 


Meredith Lobo 


Bay State Junior College 


Lydia B. Rosado 


Mt. Ida Junior College 


Lauren Luchette 


Bridgewater State College 


Peter Russo 


Boston College 


Kris Lussier 


Westfield State College 


Christopher P. Ryan University of Lowell 


Susan Luvisi 


College of the Holy Cross 


Kevin Ryan 


Suffolk University 


Keri MacDonald 


Cornell University 


Stacey Sacco 


Middlesex Community College 


Laura Magazu 


Boston College 


Carla Salvucci 


notre Dame 


Kevin Mogan 


Dean Junior College 


Susanna Santos 


Bentley College 


Caroline Mojica 


Bay State Junior College 


William Scanlon 


University of Connecticut 


Sergio Magno 


Bentley College 


Christopher Shaw 


Westfield State College 


Susan Maguire 


Middlesex Community College 


Paul Sotis 


newbury College 


David Maione 


Bentley College 


Shawn Souza 


Bentley College 


Sandra Maione 


Framingham State College 


Janet Stolowski 


Pennsylvania State University 


Kathleen Mazzola 


Bridgewater State College 


Amy L. Sumner 


north Adams State College 


Scott McCue 


Bridgewater State College 


Venh Tang 


Massachusetts Bay Community 


Christian 






College 


McCullough 


Wentworth Institute of Technology 


Michelle Taranto 


Aquinas Junior College 


Maryann McKenna 


Brandeis University 


Elizabeth Taylor 


Flagler College, Florida 


Denise Messina 


Bridgewater State College 


Tu Trihn 


northeastern University 


Melissa Metallides 


Mount Ida Junior College 


Stephen Turpin 


Salem State College 


Absu Methratta 


University of Lowell 


Vineeth Varughese 


Brandeis University 


Brian Monahan 


northeastern University 


Lynn Vellante 


Bentley College 


Robert Moody 


Rhode Island School of Design 


Jeffrey Vinneau 


newbury College 


Sheryl Morrissette 


Bentley College 


Richard Vittum 


Westfield College 


Maura Murphy 


north Adams State College 


Kenneth Walsh 


Bridgton Academy 


Micole Musto 


Massachusetts Bay Community 


Amy Ward 


University of Massachusetts at 




College 




Amherst 


Kelly Hee 


Boston University 


David Weeks 


Bentley College 


Vahe nigoghosian 


nichols College 


Charles Wentworth 


Middlesex Community College 


John O'Brien 


University of Massachusetts at 
Amherst 


Amanda Young 


Boston University 


Lori O'Meill 


northeastern University 







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Class Will 



The following students leave these gifts behind so they may never be forgotten. 



I, 



John Ahlman, leave my Harley Davidson. 
Antonio Allia, leave my Boston Bruins Stanley 
Cup. 

Dan Antonellis, leave my buckles. 
Jennifer Arcese, leave my famous church lady 
quotes. 

Kenneth Arsenault, leave my Canadians shirt. 
Timothy Aucoin, leave my alarm clock. 
Deena Batarseh, leave a piece of chewing gum and 
an eraser. 

Patricia Bellini, leave my life time supply of extra- 
hold hair spray. 

Cynthia Blais, leave my only pair of sneakers. 
Maura Campbell, leave my personal engraved pair 
of crutches. 

Julie Champion, leave my perm rods. 
Paul Chiasson, leave my only pair of socks. 
Shirly Collette, leave my hair salon. 
Don Conzo, leave the muppet family. 
Janice Coppi, leave my recording contract. 
Lisa Cotton, leave a car that works. 
Dave Demerjian, leave a new car that fits more 
than twenty people. 

Linda Deveaux, leave my high pitched voice. 
Kerri DiMauro, leave my case of Sweetarts. 
Consie English, leave my big bookbag. 
Diana Famosi, leave my all girls' football team. 
Candido Fernandes, leave my unused school 
books. 

Kevin Forbes, leave my lost half of my Italian heri- 
tage. 



Brian Gaudet, leave my tuna sub. 

Tom Genova, leave my Pinnochio costume. 

Jen Griffin, leave my busted car door. 

Amy Jordan, leave my big mouth to linger in the 

hallway. 

Mary Leger, leave my exchange student. 

Katie Lenza, leave practice room number two. 

Susan Luvisi, leave my size twenty-two shoes. 

Sandra Maione, leave my voice echoing in my CB. 

Christian McClullough, leave my Reggae Album 

collection. 

Shane Milligan, leave my life supply of pez candy. 

Maura Murphy, leave my honey bun. 

John O'Brien, leave my successful boxer short 

company. 

Monica Pandolfi, leave my orange dress. 

Amitkumar Patel, leave my Kermit puppet. 

Anitha Phillio, leave my sports car. 

Christine Porier, leave my deade mink. 

Steven Puglielli, leave my boxing gloves that I 

use to punch all the girls with. 

Elizabeth Ramos, leave my everyday wake-up 

calls. 

Peter Russo, leave my annual late pass. 

Minerva Santa, leave my brand new tires. 

Susie Santos, leave my years subscription to L.L. 

Bean. 

Shawn Souza, leave my coconut bra. 

Peter Vaccaro, leave my velco vest. 



Teacher Will 



The Class of 1990 wishes to leave the following to their teachers. 



To Mrs. Collins, we leave you a chance to finally 
teach schizophrenia. 

To Mr. Cox, we leave you a lifesize poster of President 
Nixon. 

To Mr. Goodwin, we leave you more junk for your 
closet. 

To Mr. Grinnel, we leave you 20 lbs. of pasta and 
meatballs ... all to be cooked in a half hour. 

To Mrs. Hantman, we leave you a new supply of blue 
slips. 

To Mrs. Langley, we leave you an answering service. 

To Mr. Leverone, we leave you a "saw from Arkan- 
sas.'' 

To Mr. Matthews, we leave you a freshman free hall- 
way. 

To Mrs. Matthews, we leave you a 60 ft. gorilla. 

To Mrs. heylon, we leave you an "A" to give to at 
least one student. 

To Mrs. Peterson, we leave you a mandatory one day 



final. 
To Miss Russ, we leave you with Tom Seleck in a 

fancy restaurant. 
To Mr. Salvo, we leave you another toumey bound 

team that does not miss signs. 
To Mr. Thorp, we leave you some free time. 
To Mr. Veins, we leave you sun block 45 for those 

bright sunny days. 
To Mr. Walker, we leave you a life supply of Walker 

Dimes. 
To Mr. Young, we leave you a class of seniors that 

show up on senior skip day. 
To Miss Zardiackas, we leave you The Celtics. 
To all math teachers, we leave chalk that stays on 

the board and not on their pants. 
To Mr. McGovern, our dedicated house master, we 

leave you a great big "THANK YOU'' for all your 

hard work that made our high school years so 

memorable and successful. 




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